It’s not only retail premises that need CCTV to prevent against crime - religious and charity establishments can unfortunately also be subject to burglary and vandalism.
(PRWEB UK) 14 April 2013
A ten minute video of CCTV footage from a burglar’s four hour raid on a Hindu temple in Leicester has been released on YouTube in a bid to capture the culprit, reports The Mirror.
The man entered the temple at 2.20am on Sunday through a back window and left over the main gate at 6.15am.
The footage on the Mirror website shows the man displaying some odd behaviour, wandering from room to room and at one point crawling on his hands and knees. He also kicked open doors and used a fire extinguisher to smash a fire alarm. £1,700 of collection money was stolen during the raid as well as substantial damage caused.
The CCTV has provided a lot of useful footage and has been uploaded on YouTube in an appeal to locate the culprit.
A spokesperson from AlertSystems said:
“It’s not only retail premises that need CCTV to prevent against crime - religious and charity establishments can unfortunately also be subject to burglary and vandalism. To have the best chance of capturing the criminals behind these attacks, it is essential to invest in security systems that feature monitored alarm systems as well as CCTV security systems to catch the criminals or provide essential evidence for trial.”
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