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HIGH STREET HULL

Alert message sent 24/02/2021 08:56:00

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A burglary has been reported in your neighbourhood



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Residential  Burglary – HIGH STREET,HULL

Dear Resident
 
Humberside Police are investigating a report of a  Residential Burglary on HIGH STREET, HULL
The incident occurred between 00:55hrs and 01:00hrs today 24th February 2021. The offender(s) have climbed over rear wall and approached the back of the main building, they have used a crow bar and broken off the lock from an outbuilding,  one has opened a fire escape into the main building, and wandered along the corridors but not entered into any of the bedsits, he has looked at some bikes but has then returned to his mate at the outbuilding, they have then been disturbed by a resident and fled through the main building, they have left behind the broken lock and their crowbar
 
If you saw anyone acting suspiciously in the area around this time or have information on the whereabouts of the stolen property, or have any information about the offenders please contact the police on the new telephone number 101 quoting Investigation 16/25106/21 . Police Log 27 24/02/21
 
Alternatively you could call Crime stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. You don’t have to leave your name and you may even receive a reward.
 
 Remember to keep your own property secure to reduce the opportunity for thieves. Whenever possible lock your doors and windows in unoccupied rooms even if you are in the house.
 
Please be reminded to lock your doors and to keep any security gates closed and locked at all times
 
We also advise residents not to leave high value items on display as they may entice thieves.
 
To assist us in identifying stolen property please consider property marking high value items using Forensic Marking or UV pens.  You are also advised to register property at www.immobilise.com which is a free on-line property register used by police forces nationwide to reunite stolen goods to their owners. All you have to do is register on-line and then upload properties electrical items serial numbers.
 
Crime Prevention Advice –
 
Think where to put valuable plants & garden furniture. Avoid the exposed front garden & keep them behind tall fences at the rear.  

Valuable furniture etc should be anchored or secured during the summer months & kept secure in a shed over winter, or during long periods of not being used. Never leave cycles in gardens.
 
1.8m Perimeter/fencing should be fitted to the rear of the property and include an anti-climb topping like trellis. Fitting a key lockable gate will help to restrict access.
 
Keep gardens lit with a dusk to dawn, low wattage light, complimented by a movement sensor floodlight, which will alert the household to prowlers.
 
Remove or secure any items such as wheelie bins or garden furniture, which could be used to assist climbing the fences. 
 
 
Key Activities –
 
Property mark your garden furniture with your postcode & house number, recording it for FREE at www.immobilise.com
Check out what climbing spiky plants you could grow up your fences to make them harder to climb. For some examples of plants click here.
Consider joining or forming a Neighbourhood Network.
 
Make a difference in your community – help us to help you!
 
Regards
 
PCSO 7645 MACDONALD
Humberside Police
 
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Non-Emergency - 101
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Visit our Website for burglary prevention advice and register your property with Immobilise here.
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Fiona MacDonald (Police, PCSO, Hull Central)

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