Crime Continues in Tarvin

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There have been reports of further properties being burgled on Hockenhull Lane and Hallfields Road yesterday (28th) despite the announcement last week that offenders have been arrested in relation to all the burglaries in Tarvin and elsewhere.

Please be vigilant at all times, keep an eye open for unknown vehicles loitering in your area (report them on 101 if you have any suspicions).
Make sure all your windows, doors and garages are all locked when you leave your house, put your alarm on

Come on Tarvin residents together we can help the Police to help Tarvin

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