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PremierLeague-News.Com - Manchester city centre has been plagued by apartment block parcel thefts in the run up to Christmas

Manchester news Police want to speak to this man after parcel stolen from Manchester flats Manchester united news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Manchester city centre has been plagued by apartment block parcel thefts in the run up to Christmas

Manchester news Police want to speak to this man after parcel stolen from Manchester flats Manchester united news
22 November 2022 - 07:01

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Police investigating the theft of a parcel from a block of flats in Manchester city centre want to speak to this man. The appeal comes amid a dramatic spike in parcel thefts in the run up to Christmas, a rise that has prompted a campaign to tackle the problem. A week ago we reported how parcel theft in city centre apartment blocks is on the rise in the run-up to Christmas, as a new campaign is launched to combat the issue. As was reported by the Manchester Evening News last summer , residents living in some of the city’s best-known buildings are being plagued by parcel thieves. READ MORE Screams heard as man putting up Christmas tree falls from cherry picker at Bury Market Police have told the M.E.N. more security measures need to be installed by firms which manage apartment buildings, but pledged to give an ‘outstanding service’ in investigating the burglaries. Theft of parcels has increased in the run-up to the festive period, Jon-Connor Lyons, a Labour councillor for the Piccadilly ward, has previously said. Other Labour councillors in the city centre, Sam Wheeler and Majid Dar, have launched an awareness campaign to combat the issue. One resident, Naz Nahar, who lives in the Northern Quarter, said her parcels are taken 'left, right and centre'. She said: "Parcels are being stolen left, right and centre from my building.

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. Despite repeated reports to the building management, no action is ever taken, even though building fees keep going up. Parcel theft is on the rise as nights get longer, councillors say (Image: Manchester Labour) "We need greater awareness so people don’t let tailgaters into our building, but also more action from building management agencies to keep our parcels safe." Coun Majid Dar, who represents Ancoats and Beswick Ward, added: "We need to raise awareness of parcel thief and tailgating. People gain access to apartments through tailgating and we want people to keep their homes and their belongings safe. We're urging people to sign up to our campaign and they will receive anti-tailgating posters for their building and some tips on how to stop tailgating and also keep your parcels safe." Tips range from improving CCTV in the apartment block in order to deter and collect actionable evidence for GMP, to moving parcels to a more secure area - be that outside people's apartment front doors to a key coded door. The full tips can be viewed online and you can request posters here. Today (Monday) GMP's Manchester city centre account tweeted a picture of a man they are seeking following the theft of a parcel on Naval Street in Ancoats on Friday, October 28. The tweet said: "Anyone with information is asked to call 0161 856 3501 quoting incident 2830 of 08/11/22 or direct to @CrimestoppersUK." Information can be passed, anonymously, to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111. Read more of today's top stories here READ NEXT: Council 'could have bought Man United' with the money lost through budget cuts Shisha bar accused of ‘operating unlawfully’ after police called out after hours 'I delivered pizzas during the pandemic – now I work in tech for Deliveroo' The list of sites in Manchester where new affordable homes are set to be built Manchester council braced for budget cuts and 3 pc council tax hike to plug £96m gap

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