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Saturday, 3 September 2016

Burgled for fourth time....Now police won't even visit

Burgled for fourth time....Now police won't even visit
Burgled for fourth time....Now police won't even visit

Burgled for fourth time....Now police won't even visit

A BUSINESSMAN has written to Prime Minister Theresa May to raise concerns about lack of police action after he claimed officers failed to attend to investigate a high value burglary.
Raiders are thought to have used cutting equipment to remove a padlock and get into a large metal container to steal tools and other equipment worth nearly £10,000 in a sophisticated break in.
But victim Andrew Mear said that two weeks after the burglary, police officers had not attended at the premises, in the village of Norwood Green, near Wyke.
Mr Mear sent a letter of complaint to the divisional commander at Calderdale Police, Chief Superintendent Dickie Whitehead, and followed it up with a letter to Mrs May.
Mr Mear, 39, runs a thriving family property business, with his two brothers. The company owns multi-million pounds worth of property across Yorkshire, including historic High Corn Mill at Skipton.
The company had suffered three previous burglaries in five years, after which they invested £2,000 on the secure steel container in which to keep their equipment.
His brother, Simon, discovered the burglary, on Saturday, August 20, and immediately alerted police via the 101 non-emergency number.



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