Saskatoon police warn eastside residents of increase in break-and-enters – Saskatoon

    Saskatoon police warn eastside residents of increase in break-and-enters – Saskatoon

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    Saskatoon police warn eastside residents of increase in break-and-enters – Saskatoon

    Saskatoon’s eastside residents living in multi-unit apartments or condos have reported an increase in parkade break-and-enters since November 2020.

    The Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) says people should take necessary safety protocols by safe guarding their property and that of their neighbours. Ensuring overhead doors are completely closed, secured and making sure no one unknown to the building is allowed access.

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    SPS inspector Dave McKenzie says in nearly all the break-ins, the thief wasn’t using means of force to get into the parkades.

    “That equates to someone being let in or someone has come into possession of an access card,” said McKenzie.

    McKenzie says break-and-enter crimes have increased since November.

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    Community members are asked to remain vigilant in safeguarding their own property and that of their neighbours.

    Wait and watch as the overhead door closes completely when entering or exiting the parkade, keep secure entry doors – secure, and avoid allowing entry to strangers. pic.twitter.com/4iniadXGmd

    — Saskatoon Police (@SaskatoonPolice) February 18, 2021

    “This is something that has been on our radar, we have working towards strategies to combat these break-ins,” McKenzie said. “We are requesting the public’s assistance in being vigilant as well as reporting crime.”

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