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Safety scheme bid after pensioner injured at Newmachar

Sandy Ingram
Image caption Sandy Ingram was injured late on Saturday, 19 June

The brother of a pensioner found unconscious near his home is trying to set up a safety scheme which he hopes would make people feel more secure.

Sandy Ingram, 79, who lives in a remote location in Newmachar, was found with head injuries in June.

He had gone to investigate a sighting of two men in the grounds of his home, and has been in hospital since.

Now Robert Ingram will host a meeting in Newmachar on Monday night about a community awareness scheme.

His brother was injured late on Saturday, 19 June.

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