Help the police

PUBLISHED: 11:42 19 November 2008 | UPDATED: 22:39 15 June 2010

INFORMATION supplied by the public is crucial to every day policing in Honiton, says PCSO Sue Rowe.

INFORMATION supplied by the public is crucial to every day policing in Honiton, says PCSO Sue Rowe. "If you witness a crime or any suspicious behaviour, please don't keep it to yourself. Make a note of registration numbers of vehicles or descriptions of people involved and let us know," she said."Police are constantly carrying out operations and investigations, many of which are kept secret, but your information could prove to be the missing piece of the jigsaw."Vehicles are proving an easy target for crooks in Honiton and PCSO Rowe would like to remind residents not to leave valuables on display in cars, especially with the Christmas season approaching and all the extra shopping this involves. She said: "A good percentage of our vehicle crime can be primarily contributed to owners leaving valuables on display with vehicles unlocked. Sadly many garages and sheds are often left unlocked and this is then so easy for the thief.


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