Garages broken into at Gayton, near King’s Lynn
PUBLISHED: 14:54 02 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:06 02 October 2017
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Police are appealing for information after a number of garages were broken into in Gayton.
Thay say five garages in the St Nicholas Close and Back Street areas were broken into overnight between Thursday, September 28 and Friday, September 29.
Nothing was stolen. Officers are linking the incidents and are urging people to make sure outbuildings such as garages and sheds are secure overnight.
Simple crime prevention measures include fitting quality locks or a shed bar, using security bolts through hinges, securing windows with a weld mesh. Police say high value items should be stored in the home. A padlock and chain should be used to secure items such as lawn mowers to a heavy anchor point.
Anyone who saw or heard anything suspicious in Gayton between the times stated should call Sgt Rob O’ Donnell or PC Emily Carter at King’s Lynn police on 101.