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Theft of Catalytic Converter - Horndean

Alert message sent 27/11/2019 13:21:00

Information sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary


THEFT FROM VEHICLE
 
Sometime between 25/11/19 23.30 hrs & 26/11/19 @ 07.50 hrs a theft from motor vehicle occurred in the Lovage Way area of Horndean. Access was made under the vehicle to remove the catalytic converter.
Do you recall seeing or hearing anything? If you do remember anything suspicious, no matter how insignificant you might feel it is, please call us on 101 quoting RMS 44190425487. Your call is valuable and the information that you supply can help us to reduce crime in your area.
 
Please be advised that anonymous information can be given via Crimestoppers either by phone (0800 555 111) or via the internet www.crimestoppers-uk.org.
 
Please look out for your properties, also neighbouring vehicles & properties reporting any suspicious activity to police, making notes of descriptions, times and dates, number plates, etc. if possible.
It is not too late to still report any suspicious activity that you may have seen already in your area. 
 
Crime Prevention Advice
Where possible, park in your garage. Alternatively, park in a location that restricts access underneath your vehicle.
Consider security lighting.
If your catalytic converter is "bolted on", you can have the bolts welded shut.
Consider the installation of CCTV to protect your vehicle.
Identify/etch your converter with a unique serial number (visit Retainagroup for further information) and advertise that the vehicle has been protected (window stickers).
 
Message sent by
Josephine Killick (Police, PCSO, East Hampshire District)

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