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Free SmartWater will be given out to village residents at Rubery Library

Harry Leach 2nd Aug, 2019 Updated: 3rd Aug, 2019

FREE SmartWater will be given out to village residents at Rubery Library on Saturday, August 3.

Coun Peter McDonald and police officers will hand out the the crime-fighting tool between 10am and 2pm.

Residents mark their valuables with the water which has an individual DNA code and if items are stolen they can be returned to the rightful owner by checking them against a database.

Such is the reliability of SmartWater, if a thief or someone who has handled stolen goods has the liquid on them, it can be used as evidence as part of the criminal case against them and has led to convictions in the past.

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