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Burglary - Lavendon

Alert message sent 20/11/2019 16:00:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police


Thames Valley Police are appealing for witnesses following a burglary in The High Street, Lavendon
 
The incident took place on 16th November between 09:00 - 19:00 where offenders gained access to the property.
 
If you have any information about this incident please report it on the Thames Valley Police website, or call 101, quoting reference 43190358667.
 
Don’t make your home an easy target for burglars this winter   TURN A LIGHT ON!

Make your house look occupied when you are out, use a light timer switch. Don’t just leave a hall or landing light on.

Shut and key lock doors and windows when a room is unoccupied, when you go out and when you go to bed.
 
Ensure that doors which use lifting handles to engage the locks are always locked with the key.
 
Make efforts to restrict access into your rear garden by padlocking gates, repairing fences etc.
 
Don’t leave any keys in sight of doors and windows or near your letter box or cat flap where they could be hooked out
 
Valuable items including laptops/tablets, mobile phones, games consoles and jewellery should be hidden from view

 Security mark all valuables with your postcode and house number or use a forensic property marking kit. Keep a record of makes, models and serial numbers
 
Register all your electronic items and other technology with Immobilise the UK national property register free of charge at  www.immobilise.com
 
Register to receive important Police alerts and information at www.thamesvalleyalert.co.uk
 
Keep an eye out for any suspicious behaviour around your neighbours’ houses or in your street.
 
Report suspicious incidents on the Police non-emergency number 101
 
For a crime in progress ring the emergency number 999
 
For further information visit:
www.thamesvalley.police.uk
 

 
Message sent by
Arlene Ormston (Police, PCSO, Milton Keynes)

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