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London Bridge BID hand out DNA kits to reduce business burglaries

 

Free kits to help protect businesses in the area from burglaries during the winter are being handed out.

Team London Bridge is taking steps to “eradicate commercial burglary” within the BID (Business Improvement District) by offering businesses forensic marking kits for their equipment.

The kits are supplied by SelectaDNA and include a synthetic DNA solution which can be applied to computers, TVs, mobile phones and cameras.

Accompanied by signs at the premises and on the items marked, it is hoped it will serve as a strong enough deterrent – but if not, the property should be easily found and criminals identified.

If you’re a business based in London Bridge and would like one of the SelectaDNA kits, please contact Henry Johnstone henry@teamlondonbridge.co.uk

 

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