Help make a mark on property crime, Noosaville

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A proactive activity to prevent property crime is planned for the Noosa area tomorrow morning.

Residents are invited to join the Sunshine Coast District Crime Prevention Unit near the Big Pelican on Gympie Terrace, Noosaville, on January 10 from 8am for a FREE property engraving event.

Crime Prevention officers and Volunteers in Policing will be ready with their engravers to mark property items usually used outside of the home such as bicycles, mobility scooters, power tools and garden tools.

Don’t be too upset if you miss this event as engraving tools are available for loan, free of charge, from your local police station and your local Neighbourhood Watch group.

To find out how to create your own unique personal property identification code click here.

 
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