For the second time in 7 months the offices of the society have been burgled. It happened sometime between 8:30am and 5:30pm last Friday (10th February). This time nothing was taken as we now lock away in a secure room any valuable equipment.
Like last time, however, the burglar gained entry via the wired-glass panels to the side of the office door. We have now had those panels boarded up so that that particular method of entry is no longer viable.
The Scenes of Crime officer conducted a thorough search for fingerprints and other evidence but none was found.
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