Warning issued after break-ins at two Wellingborough care homes

Police are warning people to be vigilant
Police are warning people to be vigilant
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Police have issued a warning after two Wellingborough care homes were broken into in the past two days.

Burglars broke into the office areas and stole items from within, although at no point did the offenders gain access to the residential areas.

Police officers are urging other care homes to remain vigilant and ensure they take appropriate crime prevention advice to secure their properties.

Anyone who witnesses any suspicious activity near care homes, or any other building, should contact police on 101 or 999 if a crime is taking place.

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