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Back alley break-ins hit New Westminster

A rash of break-ins in the eastern part of New Westminster and across 10th Avenue into Burnaby has New West police telling residents to look out for people who don't belong or appear to be casing out residences from back alleys.

The rash involves sheds and outbuildings at the rear of residential properties with bolt cutters used to cut locks and pry tools to force doors open.

The report suspicious activity call 604-525-5411.

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