The Kerry Garda Division will hold a National Property Recovered Day at Castleisland Garda Station from 10am to 4pm on Thursday, September 22nd 2016.
The event will provide an opportunity for members of the public and rightful owners of property to be reunited with items which may have been lost or stolen from them.
Cache of Property
Every county in the country has had, or will have the opportunity to view such a cache of property at local Garda stations under this initiative.
Anything that can be stolen, by people who specialise in this field, usually is. Garda advice is that all items of importance on a property should be photographed in detail and serial numbers noted and logged.
A look through the the Garda Síochána stolen property website is an eye opening experience and it provides an insight to the levels of this type of criminal activity throughout the country.
Property in Garda Possession
“Approximately 25 items of property, currently in our possession have been photographed, and catalogues of these photographs will be available to view on the day,” according to a statement issued on the ‘Castleisland exhibition’ this week.
“The event will be attended by Community Policing Units and a Crime Prevention Officer. Members of the public are invited to attend to examine the catalogues in the hope of reuniting rightful owners with their property,” the statement concluded.
Link to the List
You can click on the link here if you’d like to get an idea of the variety and volume of property, lost, stolen and recovered which members of An Garda Síochána throughout the country are currently dealing with:
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