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Increase In Rats In Aylesbury Vale

Increase In Rats In Aylesbury Vale

2:44pm 28th January 2010

It's claimed there's been an increase in the number of rat infestations across Aylesbury Vale

ERS Developments, a local pest control company, have recorded a 30 per cent increase in calls to homes and offices.

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