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New CPO vehicle ready to hit the street

The first of two Community Peace Officer vehicles has been decaled, outfitted with gear and is ready to hit the street this week. And that means citizens in contravention of the rules of the road may find themselves getting a closer look.

New CPO vehicle ready to hit the street

The first of two Community Peace Officer vehicles has been decaled, outfitted with gear and is ready to hit the street this week. And that means citizens in contravention of the rules of the road may find themselves getting a closer look.

New CPO vehicle ready to hit the street

The first of two Community Peace Officer vehicles has been decaled, outfitted with gear and is ready to hit the street this week. And that means citizens in contravention of the rules of the road may find themselves getting a closer look.

Police urging citizens to safeguard their property to reduce the risk of being the victim of a B&E

Lethbridge Police are reporting a significant increase in break and enters in the city but a number of the incidents may have been preventable.

In 2019, from January to July, police data shows break and enters – residential and commercial – increased by 22 per cent compared to the same period last year. On average there were approximately 78 break and enters per month and the areas most targeted were the Westminster, Downtown and London Road neighbourhoods along with Churchill Industrial Park.