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Alert message sent 03/11/2019 11:52:00

Information sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary


Good Morning All
 
Fortnightly update time is among us.
 
Burglaries have been low the last few weeks, however now coming closer to Christmas they may start to increase. Please ensure that all doors and windows are shut and locked at all times especially when you leave the house and overnight. Leave no valuables in sight.
 
 Theft from motor vehicles has dropped recently however please continue to ensure your car is secure.
 
There has also been a couple of reports of Push bikes being stolen from peoples back gardens, if you leave your bike in your garden or in a shed if possible still lock the bike up using a decent lock, this will deter people from stealing it.
 
 
 
There has been a few reports of damage to people’s property most of these have been windows have been smashed by unknown people,
 
And finally with Christmas just around the corner when out shopping please leave no valuables in pockets that can be zipped up and all people that use bags please keep these zipped if possible. Pickpockets can take property out of pockets and bags without you noticing until it’s too late.
If you have had chance to meet us at one of our events you would have got your hands on a purse bell, if not I think you may still be able to get one from the customer lounge in Festival Place. These are a great tool in alerting you if you are subject to someone trying to steal your possessions. #Jinglealltheway
 
Regards
Brad
 
Message sent by
Bradley Hurt (Police, PCSO, Basingstoke District)

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