News: Crime prevention advice issued for New Forest

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We’re reminding residents to be vigilant after a spate of burglaries across the New Forest.

Over the last month, 25 non dwelling burglaries have been reporter across the district.

In total, property to the value of more than £21,000 has been stolen.

Acting Chief Inspector Richard Parsons, said: “These burglaries are taking place at various times, both in the day, and at night. As always, we want to remind our residents to be vigilant and to report any suspicious behaviour to us immediately. If you see suspicious people or vehicles in you area please note down the registration numbers and the descriptions of the people. Where possible photograph the vehicle or individuals present.

“We believe a number of these crimes have been committed by the same offenders and are proactively following up leads.”

Please click on this link to read our full article and crime prevention advice – http://www.hampshire.police.uk/internet/news-and-appeals/2016/november/021116-crime-prevention-burglaries-sheds-outbuildngs-new-forest-44160383929

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