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Police warn property owners after lead thefts

Police warn property owners after lead thefts

Police warn property owners after lead thefts

Nottingham Police have warned property owners to be vigilant after a spate of lead thefts in the region in recent days.

Officers believe that a series of incidents, consisting of both thefts and attempted thefts, took place either late Friday night (November 23rd) or in the early hours of Saturday morning.

There were reports of suspicious activity in Turnberry Road, Rushcliffe Court and Sunningdale Road and police said a white van may be involved.

They asked anyone who saw anything or who might have information to contact them on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

All across the UK, throughout the year, there has been a series of lead thefts.

Homeowners in Annesley Woodhouse were targeted as early as March, while lead from a Leicestershire church was taken in August and during the final few weeks of summer, thieves struck at a Melton shopping arcade four times over a 21-day period.

Police advise property owners to protect homes and businesses with CCTV systems, to secure garden furniture and to keep gates locked

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