Burglary - A pattern develops
From : Jenny O'Reilly (Police, PCSO, Bollington & Disley)
After a recent burglary in Priest Lane, Mottram St Andrew we have identified a pattern of rural property burglaries, the targets seem to be car and key and jewellery.
We are requesting any suspicious activity or suspicious vehicles to be reported via 101 or 999 if you suspect a crime has occurred or is occurring .
At present we have no more information that we can release to the public but please review security measures and secure any vehicle keys or expensive/sentimental jewellery in safety deposit boxes if you have access to one.
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