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Theft from Vehicles - Sandpiper Way

Alert message sent 10/01/2019 17:10:00

Information sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary


Dear Residents,
During the early hours of this morning (10/01/2019), between 03:50 and 04.00 hours in Sandpiper Way, several vans and a car were broken into and tools stolen.
If you live in Sandpiper Way please would you check any home CCTV to see if there is any suspicious activity captured on your system? 
I would like to remind residents of the following advice, particularly if you are a van owner.:


Park your vehicle in a secure area (in a garage or behind locked gates, if possible).
• If you can’t, park in a well-lit street in easy view of your own or neighbours’ houses.
• Where possible, remove valuable items from the vehicle overnight and store them in a secure place.
• Do not leave tools or equipment on view inside the vehicle.
• Consider fitting an appropriate alarm system, protecting the cabin and load areas.
• Apply a security marking product to power tools and equipment (further details available on request). Alternatively, etch or emboss identifiable marks to these items.
• Consider installing secure storage containers or lockers in the van to store tools in.
• Ensure that the van doors are securely lockable and consider having suitable deadlocks installed.
• Make sure to physically check that the van doors and windows are locked if you have used the remote to lock the vehicle, even if the feedback indicates the van as locked.
• When visiting businesses, try to park close to the entrance and preferably in the view of CCTV
• Log your property for free at www.immobilise.com

Kind regards
PCSO Doherty



 
Message sent by
Deborah Doherty (Police, PCSO, Basingstoke District)

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