Rainhill Village Life - Supported by your Labour Councillors

Friday, February 23, 2007


Burglaries continue to be a major problem and during the last two months there have been incidents in more than a dozen locations in Rainhill Village, including St James Road, Holt Lane, Galston Avenue, Dee Road and Warrington Road. Cars were stolen from locations including Warburton Hey, Second Avenue, Warrington Road, Rainhill Road, St Annes Place, View Road and Stapleton Road.

Although there were 20% less burglaries last year in St Helens than in 2005, we continue to be targeted more than some other areas of the town.

An "Essential Guide to keeping your Home secure" information pack is now available. Get this, or advice about burglary prevention, or indeed a free Home Security Assessment, by telephoning Constables John Black or Mike Platt or visiting the local Cop Shop (opening times:- Tuesday 2pm - 4pm, Thursday 10am - Noon and Friday Noon - 3pm) Phone 0151 709 6010 and ask for St Helens - Rainhill.

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