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Vehicle Crime in your area

Alert message sent 27/08/2019 13:58:00

Information sent on behalf of Humberside Police


A vehicle crime has been reported in your neighbourhood


We have received reports of vehicle damage in your area. We ask that you ensure that your vehicles are locked and secure at all times and any personal documentation or items of value are not left on show. Please report any incidents or damage via 101 or the Humberside Police website.

The following advice is provided by CrimeStoppers and can be found on their website:

Valuables – Keep all valuables and documents out of sight or take them from the vehicle when leaving.
Engine off – Keeping your car running or your keys in the ignition is an invitation for trouble, no matter how long you will be away from the car.
Help others – Encourage people in your neighbourhood to take these same steps to secure their vehicles.
Insure everything – Make sure you’re covered. Use a valid insurance provider to guarantee that you have a valid policy.
Check your property – Write the registration number on the car stereo, engine and bike frame, which will make those parts easier to trace if stolen.
Lock it up – If you have a car, make sure you lock your doors. If you've got a bike, purchase a secure bike lock to deter thieves.
Evaluate each situation – Before you leave your vehicle or property, you may need to change or adapt your security.
Replacement keys – if you lose your keys and don’t have a copy, an auto locksmith approved by the MLA can replace any type of key for all vehicle models.

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Visit our Website for vehicle crime prevention advice.
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Jessica Garrod (Police, PCSO, North East Lincolnshire, Grimsby East, East Marsh)

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