By Audlem Webteam - 15th November 2005 2:35pm
Concerted action is being taken by the police following the recent spate of burglaries. A number of measures have been put in place to prevent any further incidents and, hopefully, to bring the offenders to justice. These have been detailed in an email to all Audlem residents on PC Ken Maple's circulation list but we are not publishing them in full on the website.
An e-fit picture of the suspects has been produced. Initially this will be circulated within the police force in
an effort to identify the men, but will later be released to the public.
Ken Maple believes these measures represent a serious and concerted
effort to put an end to the burglaries, and asks for your continued assistance in reporting any suspicious activity so that the police can target their crime prevention activity.
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