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POLICE WARN V.I. RESIDENTS OF HOLIDAY CRIME

The Virgin Islands Police Department warned the public Tuesday about the jump in crime around the holidays, particularly burglary.
Police remind residents to install outdoor lighting and double deadbolt locks on doors, and to clear brush around one's property.
In Tuesday's statement, police asked that residents lock up their houses properly, keep lights on and look out for their neighbors.
For more information, call Crime Prevention at 776-1525.

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The Virgin Islands Police Department warned the public Tuesday about the jump in crime around the holidays, particularly burglary.
Police remind residents to install outdoor lighting and double deadbolt locks on doors, and to clear brush around one's property.
In Tuesday's statement, police asked that residents lock up their houses properly, keep lights on and look out for their neighbors.
For more information, call Crime Prevention at 776-1525.