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Housebreaking in Inverurie

Police Scotland are appealing for witnesses following a break in at a house in Selbie Drive, Inverurie. The incident occurred at around 7.30pm on Sunday 26 June 2022.

Anyone with information can contact the Police on 101 or via Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting reference PS-20220626-3175

PC Zevenster from the Inverurie Community Policing Team said:

"I would ask residents in Inverurie to remain vigilant following this incident. Please report any suspicious behaviour to Police immediately."

Most housebreakings are carried out by opportunist thieves Ė so take away the opportunity and keep your home and possessions safe.

Lock the door even if youíre only out for a short time. If you have window locks, lock those too. Why not keep the door locked when you are at home? This stops people coming in if you are in another part of the house or garden.

Donít leave your keys on the inside of locks or just inside the door. If you have a spare key, donít leave it under a mat, plant-pot or other easy to spot place at home. Never keep house keys and car keys on the same ring. Make it as hard as possible to break into your home or to steal your car.

Further information regarding home security can be found at www.scotland.police.uk

Original Message Sent By: Michael Urquhart (Police Scotland, PC, A Div - North East - Crime Reduction Team).

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