Off-duty police officer thwarts village burglary in Lund

February 21, 2019

An off-duty police officer arrested a man who it was believed was trying into break into a pensioner’s home in Lund in East Yorkshire.

The officer’s suspicions were raised when she heard noise a behind a property on North Road around 11.30am on Tuesday 19 February.

She saw a man behind the house who had allegedly tried the back door. He was arrested on suspicion of attempted burglary.

The 27-year-old man was taken to a police station in Hull. He has since been released under investigation.

We want to remind residents of your home security. As the weather starts to get a bit better don’t leave doors unlocked or windows open.

Don’t make it easy for thieves, because they won’t think twice about breaking into your house and taking your valuables.

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