Archaeologists ask for police help to uncover Bannockburn story

Stirling Council archaeologist Murray Cook has made an unusual request of the Central Scotland Police headquarters at Randolphfield, Stirling to allow experts to search the police grounds for evidence of the location of the Battle of Bannockburn.

The headquarters is named after Sir Thomas Randolph, one of Robert the Bruce's commanders, and might be the site of the Roman road used by Edward II's army.