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Residents may be aware of a recent spate of burglaries that have taken place in and around Tattenhall.

Co-incidentally there have also been reports of anti-social behaviour within the village itself.

As well as asking everybody to ensure that all sheds are locked and the property inside made secure, the Police are urging residents to dial 101 and report incidents, crimes and anything considered suspicious.

Please be assured that all information will be treated seriously and in confidence.

Without our input, crimes may well go unchallenged and/or un-recorded to the detriment of our community.

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