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Rural Watch is set to combat crime

A NEW crime prevention scheme which has been developed for the Scottish countryside had its regional launch in Dalmally.

Rural Watch, which encourages people to report suspicious activity online, is being introduced in the Glenorchy and Innishail area, and is due to be rolled out to other parts of Argyll in the next few months.

The scheme, a joint initiative between Police Scotland and Neighbourhood Watch, was introduced at an open meeting at Dalmally Community Centre last month.

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