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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Police warning after Carrog burglaries

Police appealing for information following two burglaries in Carrog are reminding individuals to be vigilant.
 
On Tuesday, May 7, an offender or offenders targeted the isolated properties in Carrog near Corwen.
 
Once inside, untidy searches were made and a few items were taken from one property including a CD player and mobile phone.
 
The first offence is believed to have happened sometime between 12.30pm and 3.38pm and the second between 11.30pm and 4.37pm.
 
Police inquiries are underway and officers are issuing the following tips which can help keep property secure: 
 
•             Always keep your property secured – keep all windows and doors locked including those on conservatories.
 
•             Never keep spare house keys under plant pots or under foot mats – these are the first places a burglar is likely to look.
 
•             Ensure that garage doors are kept firmly secured – especially if it has a connecting door to your property. 
 
•             Don’t leave any valuable items in full view of people passing by your door or windows. This includes gaming stations and handbags etc.
 
•             Remember to postcode all your property.
 
•             If you are planning to go away on holiday for a few nights, use a timing switch which controls the times the lights, radios and other electrical items are activated. This will give an impression that someone is at home.
 
•             If you are planning to go away remember to cancel any deliveries, such as papers and milk.
 
Finally, report any suspicious behaviour to police immediately.
 
Inquiries are continuing and police are keen to speak to individuals who saw anyone acting suspiciously or has information to contact officers at Denbigh on 101. Similarly, they are keen to hear from anyone who saw any suspicious vehicles in the vicinity around the time of the burglaries. Individuals with information can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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