As in this recent case, members of the public can contact police after the release of images if they have information.
(PRWEB UK) 23 October 2013
The Birmingham Mail reports on October 16 in the article ‘Two Men Contact Police After CCTV of ‘Smartly-Dressed’ Attackers Released’ that after police released CCTV images of suspects, two men have since contacted police and are now assisting with the investigations.
According to the Birmingham Mail, police in Birmingham earlier released images of two men, described as being smartly dressed, who police wished to speak to in connection with an alleged assault outside a fast food restaurant in the city centre. Police are investigating the alleged incident, which occurred on September 20, where a man was allegedly physically assaulted after getting into an argument with two other men inside the restaurant. The victim was allegedly left with swelling to his head and face, as well as grazes. According to police, no arrests have yet been made.
As experts in business security systems, AlertSystems understand the vital role such systems can play in police investigations. A spokesperson for the company shared their thoughts:
“It is welcome news that witnesses have come forward after the release of CCTV images. This highlights how important it can be to install a CCTV security system on a business’ premises as, if an incident occurs, police can use the footage to appeal for more information from the public. As in this recent case, members of the public can contact police after the release of images if they have information. As such, CCTV images can prove important in bringing investigations to a successful conclusion.”
AlertSystems manage and maintain over 5000 security installations throughout the UK and are specialists in providing business security solutions. Offering professional service and a complete range of security services such as monitored alarm systems, Automatic Number Plate Recognition and Avigilon CCTV security systems. AlertSystems offers effective and reliable solutions to security problems.