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Reporting any and all suspicious activity

Last updated 2 months ago
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From Former Community Resource Officer Sandy Perez from Tucson Police Department

We recently had an incident involving officers responding to an alarm call and finding evidence of a possible break in. When officers arrived on scene they observed metal slats on a door had been removed and the door was slightly ajar. They also observed property, in bags, hidden other some bushes. There was a blanket thrown over the barbed wire fence of the property.

I share this with you as a reminder to report any and all suspicious activity you might see. There are times when you may not be sure when you should call 911. Try to assess what is happening;

1. Do you know who resides at the residence or belong at the business?

2. Are the people involved in the suspicious activity acting nervous or strange?

3. Is there someone attempting to enter the home or business through unconventional means? (i.e. through a window, rooftop, etc)

4. Is there a vehicle present that is suspicious? Is the vehicle backed up to the business or home? Are its plates covered? Does the vehicle not have a license plate?

5. Is the suspicious person on a bicycle with a back pack and tools in their pockets? Does the person attempt to leave the residence or business with a TV or other large item?

These are just some questions you can ask yourself when assessing if you should call 911 or not. If you are still not sure, please call 911 and officers will be dispatched to check on the situation. Better safe than sorry. Partnering with neighborhoods, through the Neighborhood Watch Programs, The Nextdoor website, other social media sites and through education allows the Tucson Police Department an opportunity to encourage and support the public in reporting all suspicious activity, suspicious persons, and suspicious vehicles. Your call could be the missing piece of information we need to solve a case or apprehend those involved in a crime in progress!!!!'


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