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POLICE FILES

THERE has been an increase in housebreakings throughout the Lochaber area and homeowners are being encouraged to remain vigilant at all times.

As the most recent housebreakings have taken place when homes are unoccupied, police are asking the public to take precautions, such as leaving lights on and asking neighbours to keep an eye on their property while they are away.

Police are also urging people to report any suspicious activity or strange or unknown vehicles.

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