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Theft from vehicles advisory


Halifax Regional Police are warning citizens after a rash of thefts from motor vehicles in the Dartmouth area.


As part of our Community Response Model of Policing, our Comstat crime analysts have noted an increase in thefts from motor vehicles in the areas of Nadia Drive, Parkstone Road, Albro Lake Road, Jackson Road, Sea king Drive, Woodland Ave, Lancaster Drive and Fury Drive. Since July 1, police have received 10 reports of items stolen from inside unattended vehicles in these areas alone. In most cases, the vehicles were left unlocked with attractive objects left in plain sight.

Thefts from vehicles are usually crimes of opportunity with visible items tempting would-be thieves. Citizens should remove all items from their vehicles (e.g. global positioning systems (GPS), satellite radios, cell phone chargers or other equipment that appears valuable) and lock the doors upon exiting. If it is absolutely necessary to leave items in your vehicle, they should be locked in the trunk out of plain sight before arriving at your destination.


Citizens who have had items stolen from their vehicles are asked to file a report by calling 902-490-5016. You can also file a report online athttp://www.halifax.ca/Police/OnlineCrimeReporting/OnlineCrimeReporting.php


Citizens are encouraged to call police at 902-490-5020 if they observe any suspicious activity in or around parked vehicles. Information can also be provided anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or online atwww.crimestoppers.ns.ca.


Source: Media Release

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