Theft From Autos

Afternoon, it has come to the attention of those of us here at Towson Precinct that Theft from Autos are occurring once again in our Loch Raven Communities. Presently we don’t have any Suspect information but this is once again an opportunity to get the word out to Yourselves and your families, friends and neighbors to properly secure your vehicles and valuables. To keep an eye out in your neighborhood for anyone acting suspicious or criminal and to then call 9-1-1 so that our Officers can respond to investigate.
Even if minimal to no property loss occurs when these subjects go through a neighborhood looking for open car doors, windows and cars with valuables out in the open–i.e., GPS, cell phones, loose change, pocketbooks, etc. Always lock your vehicles, secure windows and keep valuables either out of the vehicle or out of plain sight. Please contact us so that we may document the incident and recognize for ourselves a developing trend. Upon recognizing this type of criminal trend is occurring we can direct our Patrols in the ways needed to combat this activity thus decrease it’s frequency.
Thank You, Sgt Stephen Fink, 2815 PC06 COT

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That Time of Year

Snow’s all melted, temperatures are climbing finally as we escape the throws of this past Winter and turn to Spring! As we do folks are getting out all their lawn equipment and yard furniture to maintain their yards and enjoy the warmth of Spring and Summer. Sadly though this seasonal change also brings out those that prey upon us and I’m not talking bees and mosquitoes! No, I’m talking of those Pests amongst us that desire our stuff without asking and not returning! These Criminal Pests aren’t out in force yet but with some preventative maintenance maybe we can keep them away as we do the dandelions and beetles from our yards! When finished all your yard work put all your tools back where they belong, behind closed doors and lock those doors! If your yard is fenced in secure the gates at night. Bicycles, toys, other small yard items should be put away at night and secured. Done driving for the day lock your car up tight and don’t leave things like GPS, cellphones, money, wallets, purses lying out in the open in your vehicles. Taking the minute or two necessary to secure your property before turning in for the night will reduce your vulnerability to those undesirables walking our neighborhoods. The more secure our communities are the less desirable they become to those not welcome in them. So please get the word out to all your family, friends and neighbors to do their part in making our neighborhoods as safe as possible and as always encourage them to call 9-1-1 anytime they see or suspect suspicious or criminal activity occurring around them.

Thanks, Sgt Stephen Fink, 2815 PC06 COT

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Ridgeleigh Review – Spring 2014

Ridgeleigh Review – Spring 2014