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theft from vans

Alert message sent 11/05/2022 16:47:00

Information sent on behalf of West Mids Police


Dear resident,

There has been a van broken into on brick kiln lane.

Below is some crime prevention advice to help prevent this from happening to you:


PREVENT

• Where possible remove tools, stock and other equipment from the van, especially when leaving it overnight
• Always aim to park in busy, well lit areas and reverse into parking spaces, making the back of your vehicle inaccessible to potential thieves
SECURE

• Visible security features can be a strong deterrent, so consider steering or handbrake locks, pedal boxes and mesh grilles on load bay windows
• Always use a garage or secure car park if they are available to you
• Check your fob has done its job! Make sure that your vehicle is securely locked, and your alarm is activated, before you walk away.
RECOVER

• Security mark your tools and other high value property. UV pens can be bought from stationery stores and property marking kits can be bought online.
www.immobilise.com helps police to identify the owners of recovered property. You can register online for free.

Your local Neighbourhood Policing Team will be conducting high visibility patrols of your area. Should you see anything that you deem to be suspicious then please either call 101 in a non emergency or report it via our online system at www.west-midlands.police.uk. In an emergency always call 999

Visit our website for crime prevention advice www.west-midlands.police.

For further crime prevention advice please click the following link: https://www.west-midlands.police.uk/crime-prevention
Message sent by
A Handley (Police, PCSO, Shirley)

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