Police take part in anti-burglary operation

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Thursday, April 28th, 2016
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Police are running an operation to reduce the number of burglaries and bring those responsible before the courts. psni58The week-long operation will see officers from across a number of districts raise the visible police profile against burglaries and burglars. This will involve mounting vehicle check points, conducting searches at premises of interest, deploying cash sniffer dogs and providing advice and information to householders and business owners on how to secure their premises. Speaking to Newry Times, Supt. Paul Reid said, “Police intend to make sure any burglary hotspots are receiving increased attention.”
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Mid April 2016He added, “As part of the overall operational plan, we will also be mounting checkpoints on roads to clamp down on travelling criminals.”

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