#Advice from our PCSO
Message sent by
Julia Short (Police, PCSO, Macclesfield LPU Congleton PCSO)
This is to inform you that there have been a number of burglaries plus attempted shed / garage & vehicle breaks in the Henbury Area.
In an effort to ensure these are isolated incidents, please take precautions to prevent further crime in the area, by leaving lights on if you are out. If you are going away on holiday or just for a night please inform a neighbour and leave them contact details. We would also advise that vehicle documentation are NOT left in the vehicle overnight or any other valuables.
If you have seen any suspicious vehicles, persons or have any other information, please contact us via the police website or on 101. Your call will be dealt with in complete confidence and the information you supply may help us to further reduce burglary and other offences in your area. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers (anonymously) on 0800 555 111
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