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Police admit they have no suspect two months on from dogwalker’s murder #news #stvnews #crime

Police investigating the murder of a dog walker shot on the outskirts of Aberfeldy have admitted, two months on, they have no suspect.

The body of 65-year-old Brian Low was discovered alongside his black Labrador at around 8.30am on Saturday February 17 in the Pitillie area on the outskirts of Aberfeldy.

The lead investigator has told STV News that she has no suspect, nor enough evidence.

Mr Low’s death was initially assessed as being “non-suspicious and medical-related” but it was confirmed six days later that he had been fatally shot.

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