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Lochaber man travelled 250 miles hoping to meet young girl

NEWCASTLE Crown Court has heard how Kinlochleven man Paul Taylor made contact with what he thought was a 13-year-old girl online and then travelled 250 miles to Newcastle to meet her – only to be snared by an internet paedophile hunters group calling itself Dark Justice.

Taylor was using the name Frozen Fan on a website for under-16s when he believed he was communicating with the girl.

The 48-year-old told the ‘fake’ girl her dental braces were ‘sexy’ and arranged to meet her in Byker, Newcastle. But after driving all the way from Fort William to see her, he was confronted by paedophile hunters Dark Justice and arrested.

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