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TELEGRAPH SCOOP - DNA DATABASE SET TO CATCH DIRTY DOGS

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The 150 residents of Bruntingthorpe in Leicestershire are to be asked by their parish council to allow DNA tests to...
The 150 residents of Bruntingthorpe in Leicestershire are to be asked by their parish council to allow DNA tests to be carried out on their dogs so that matching samples anti-socially dropped on pavement's can be identified, reports The Daily Telegraph (p8).

There are about 30 dogs resident in the village and each DNA test would cost about out £100 which the council would pay.
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