A community shaken after an elderly man was knifed to death in woodland is launching a dog walking buddy scheme to enable people to feel safe again.
The body of 83-year-old grandfather Peter Wrighton, who had been walking his two dogs, was found in woodland near the village of East Harling, in Norfolk, in August.
He had been repeatedly stabbed in the neck and head. Mr Wrighton's family are supporting the launch of the scheme.
It is also being backed by police and the local parish council, with a launch meeting being held in the village next week.
Pc Amy Lucas said: