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Residential Burglary - Nether Wallop

Alert message sent 17/09/2020 09:39:00

Information sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary

Dear resident,

We would like you to be aware of a burglary that has been reported to us. This occurred between 22:00 on Sunday 13th September 2020 and 15:00 Monday 14th September 2020. Unknown offender(s) have gained access to a property on Five Bells Lane in Nether Wallop. The offender(s) forced a window open to gain access to the property.   
Did you see anyone hanging around in the area? Was anyone acting suspiciously? Were there any vehicles you didn’t recognise around the area? If you have any information that you think might be relevant and useful to our investigation, please tell us. You can call us on 101, or by visiting www.hampshire.police.uk and using the online ‘Report’ function. Please quote reference number 44200359557.
Please remember to take steps to protect your property. Always lock windows and doors, consider what other locks you can install to increase security. Consider installing external motion lighting, an alarm and CCTV. CCTV systems that allow you to remotely monitor your property and store footage in the cloud are particularly useful. For more crime prevention, please visit https://www.hampshire.police.uk/cp/crime-prevention.
If you see anything that you believe is suspicious, please report it to us on 101. Any crime that is in progress, call 999.
Stay safe and take care.
Test Valley Rural Neighbourhood Policing Team.
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TestValleyCops
Twitter: www.twitter.com/TestVlyRuralPol
Message sent by
Ben Worsdell (Police, PCSO, Test Valley District)

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