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Alert message sent 06/10/2018 08:28:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police


On Monday 1st of October a burglary has occurred to a property just outside of North Leigh village.  Various tools have been taken, PCSO's out on patrol have identified the offending vehicle.
A male has subsequently been arrested and an investigation is underway.

Be Tool Smart

Security mark your tools

If you take the time to security mark your tools, it will protect them against theft and assist the police to return your property to you if it is stolen and recovered. 

There are a number of ways of security marking your items, these include:

  • Ultra violet (UV) or invisible marking - UV pens put an invisible mark on your property that can only be seen under UV light.
  • Engraving or etching - Both methods are suitable for many hard surfaces and can be done using an electric engraving tool or hand engraver.
  • Ceramic marking - Ceramic marking pens are designed to mark china, glass or glazed surfaces. They do not cut or scratch the surface but do leave a permanent mark.
  • Forensic marking solutions - These are harmless solutions that contain a unique forensic code (like a fingerprint), making it easy to identify marked items. Firms that provide these marking solutions include: Smartwater
Message sent by
Helen Keen (Police, PCSO, West Oxfordshire LPA)

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