Sturrock's loan spell also includes the play-offs if Torquay make them
Torquay United have signed Swindon Town striker Blair Sturrock on loan until the end of the season.
The 28-year-old, who is the son of Plymouth Argyle boss Paul, has previously played for Rochdale, Kidderminster and Argyle.
Sturrock's loan will be subject to a 24-hour recall after the first month of the deal.
He is the latest striker to join the club following Iyesden Christie's move to Plainmoor in February.
Chief executive Colin Lee told the club website: "To be able to bring in a player who has been recently involved in the first team of a League One side is an opportunity we are fortunate to have been given."
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