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Burglary Alert

Alert message sent 02/11/2020 08:49:00

Information sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary


Dear Resident,
 
Hampshire Constabulary would like to bring to your attention an unattended property in Ashlea, Hook which has fallen subject to dwelling burglary.
 
This unfortunate incident took place in your local neighbourhood between Friday 27th October 2020, 12:00hrs and Sunday 1st November 2020, 12:15hrs. This incident is currently being investigated by the Police and we would like to request your assistance.
 
Did you hear anything out of the ordinary?
Did you see anything out of the ordinary?
Do you have CCTV coverage of the nearby area or road?
If you can answer yes to the above or if you have any other information that may be used to further our enquiries, then please call 101. Leave what ever information you have, along with your contact details under crime reference number: 44200423853 so that an officer can contact you if required.

At this time we are linking this burglary to two others (please see previous Hampshire Alert) which have occurred in the Hook area over a similar time frame.
 
Forcing entry to a property is now rare however; some offenders will make efforts to do this. Please ensure that you use security lighting at entrances and exits to property. Please consider an alarm and either a dummy or full CCTV system. Small measures such as these will deter any potential offenders.
 
We have attached some crime prevention literature, if we can ask that you check the security of your home and vehicles in order to prevent yourself becoming a victim of this serious crime.
 
Please report any suspicious activity on 101. In an emergency please call 999.
Message sent by
Nick Greenwood (Police, PCSO, Hart District)
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