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BURGLARY ALERT

Alert message sent 22/07/2012 14:50:00
Information sent on behalf of Nottinghamshire Police

Between 06.50 Hours and 18.54 hours on 16th July 2012 one burglary has occurred at an address on St Johns Road Ruddington Nottingham

The offender(s) entered the property by using a key left in the side door

Did you or anyone you know witness this incident? Do you know who has committed this crime? Do you have a CCTV camera, which may have captured the incident? Have you seen anyone acting suspiciously in the area in recent days

I would be grateful if you could pass any relevant information onto the neighbourhood policing team by telephoning 101  Quoting incident number 719-17072012

Could we remind all residents please to:-

Can we please remind you to ensure that you take simple steps to prevent you being a victim of crime?

Ensure that doors and windows are locked even when you are at home

Use time switches to come on it your property at different times especially now that the nights are drawing in

Keep valuables such as wallets, purses/ mobile phones/ handbags out of sight and take them to the bedroom with you at bedtime

Close curtains at dusk to prevent others seeing your valuables.

If you have an alarm make sure you use it. If you don’t have one consider getting one. If you find that they are costly consider buying a ‘dummy’ box as a cheaper alternative.



Please be vigilant and report any suspicious vehicles or activity immediately using 101 . If you suspect a crime is in progress dial 999.


Many thanks

PC Gill and PCSO 9035 Buggy

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Kathryn Lucock (Police, PCSO 8309, Rushcliffe)

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