Two arrested over burglaries
Two suspects have been arrested in connection with a recent string of burglaries, police said yesterday.
But householders were still advised to be on the lookout for suspicious activity and to secure their homes when out.
A spokesman for the Bermuda Police Service said that inquiries in connection with the burglaries were still under way.
Householders were encouraged to perform checks of the security of their homes and cars to cut the risk of being targeted by thieves. Trees and hedges should be cut back to deprive thieves of cover.
Police also recommended photographing valuables and making a note of serial numbers on electronics in case they are stolen and later recovered.
It is also advised that valuables are kept in a safe or safety deposit box, when not in use.
• Any suspicious activity or individuals should be reported to the nearest police station or by phone at 295-0011
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