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Common assault Ullswater avenue Workington

Alert message sent 21/03/2019 19:30:00

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This is a message from Cumbria Constabulary.

The purpose of this message is to inform you that there was a common assault on Ullswater avenue Workington at approximately 16:45 on the 20th March 2019. 

Did you see or hear anything suspicious?  Your information could be extremely important.
In view of that we invite you to do the following:
1.To contact the Police on 101 if you saw anything or anyone you considered suspicious around the time of the incident.
2.To be alert for similar crimes and report any suspicious behaviour.
Finally, if we can be of any assistance whatsoever, please ring the above telephone number or contact any Police officer.
Here is some basic information on Crime Prevention:
Please make sure that all windows and doors, especially those on the ground floor, are shut and locked. If the window acts as an escape route in a fire situation then please make sure this is not compromised. In addition please ensure that all valuables especially handbags, cash and mobile phones are secured at night within your home and are not on view which would enable easy access to them for an intruder. You can register to Cumbria Community Messaging for crime alerts and other information at:
  CRIMESTOPPERS   0800 555111                                     Your call is free.  You will not be asked for your name. You may receive a reward. We need to know their name; we don’t need to know yours.            
Message sent by
Lauren McCurrie (Police, PCSO, Workington )

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