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Gardaí in Mayo are meeting with chambers of commerce from around the county next week to hopefully set up a new text alert system in a bid to tackle retail theft and scams.
A public meeting on crime prevention is being organised in the Knocknacarra Community Centre on Thursday September 26 at 8pm.
Sergeant John Connolly, Westmeath’s Crime Prevention Officer, this week expressed concern at the ongoing thefts from cars in the Westmeath division.
There was some good news for the south of Westmeath this week with the news that the number of public order offences, assaults, and feud-related violence in the district were all down in 2012.
With the busiest shopping period of the year upon us, especially online, the public and retailers alike should take steps to protect themselves from fraud.
Gardai are appealing for witnesses in relation to a spate of burglaries which have occurred throughout the city over the last week.
Gardaí are investigating several burglaries which have occurred in Galway over the holiday period, including a break-in at an Athenry business on Christmas Day.
Following a small number of thefts in the Mullingar area, Sergeant John Connolly, Crime Prevention Officer for the Westmeath Division, has issued a timely reminder to motorists to ensure that they do not leave items of value visible in their cars when parked, particularly at public carparks, bus/train stations, and graveyards.
Householders in Galway are continuing to provide opportunities to burglars despite numerous warnings from gardai.
Gardai in Athlone are advising business owners not to keep large amounts of cash on their premises, following the kidnap and assault of a Moate bookmaker and his family last weekend.