Burglar arrested red-handed in Julianadorp

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Julianadorp – The police arrested a 20-year-old man from Den Helder red-handed on Tuesday, February 6, after a burglary at Doorzwin in Julianadorp. The suspect is in custody and his role is being further investigated.

Around 2:55 a.m., the police received a report of a red-handed home burglary in which local residents allegedly heard the burglar. After the police arrived on the scene, they were able to arrest the man after a short chase.

The residents were not at home during the burglary.

Witness call

Investigation has shown that there may be a second perpetrator. The police are looking for this person and would like to get in touch with witnesses or people who can tell us more. Do you know more? Please report to the police as soon as possible. Contact the police at 0900-8844. You can tip anonymously via 0800-7000. The police would also like to take note of any images taken in the vicinity of the Doorzwin between 2:15 a.m. and 3:00 a.m., for example from dashcams or doorbell cameras. You can upload them via this form, stating case number 2024026647.

Call 911 if you see someone breaking into something

Residents know best when something is not right in their neighborhood. A stranger peeking into houses, for example. Or activities at a house where you know the residents are on holiday. If you call 112, the police may be able to prevent a burglary or arrest a burglar in the act! Calling 112 is intended for emergencies. So not only for life-threatening situations, but certainly also when you witness a crime or are preparing for a burglary or theft.

This way you make it difficult for burglars

Burglars take advantage of the opportunity presented to them. You make it extra difficult for them by:

  • Approved hinges and locks on windows, (garage) doors and any skylights.
  • A special lock on a burglar-sensitive sliding door.
  • Sufficient outdoor lighting.
  • Timer switches on all floors of your house. Have your interior lights turn on and off at different times.

Read more information about home burglaries here.

Call the police

0900-8844

Respond online

Information source: Politie.nl

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