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Councillor Davod Harrison

Rushington Burglaries

update on crime
Hampshire Police - for illustration purposes only

Yesterday, 23/07/18, there were two residential burglaries in Rushington, which are thought to have occurred in the morning.

If anyone thinks they have seen or heard anything which might assist in the investigation of these offences, please call 101 and quote 44180278043 or 44180278563.

Please can we remind everyone to stay vigilant and make sure that doors and windows are locked.

In this hot weather bear in mind that if you are out in your garden someone can enter the front of your property through an unlocked door and take car keys and house keys.

If you are planning a holiday ask a neighbour to keep an eye on your property and consider leaving lights on timers to make the property look as if occupied, or ask a friend to visit the property regularly.

Message Sent By
Nicola Grindley (Police, PC , New Forest District)

Please share & make neighbours aware.


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