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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Take care of your property say police

North Wales Police are urging residents living in rural areas to take steps to protect their property.
 
Thieves often target garages, outbuildings and sheds, especially if they are left insecure, or have locks that can be easily forced.
 
In an effort to prevent and detect crimes, North Wales Police are asking people to consider;
 
  • Signing up to OWL, the Online Watch Link which passes relevant information onto members quickly and safely.  Information may include recent crimes in your area and handy security tips. www.owl.co.uk/northwales
 
·        Joining Neighbourhood Watch. This one of the biggest and most successful crime prevention schemes. It builds community spirit and good relations helping people to tackle crime and disorder and to keep an eye on each other's property.  Contact your local PCSO on 101.

·        CCTV. Let us know if you have private CCTV.  You may be able to assist us with crime inquiries in your area.

·        Provide information about the handling of stolen goods. Any information will be treated as confidential and your details will not be disclosed.
 
Please contact your Local Neighbourhood Policing Team for information on securing your property.  

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