Sep 01 2011

Police release image to try to identify camera owner

Police in Harrow have released a digital photograph of a young man and a young woman who were photographed together on a visit to an aquarium in the hope of identifying the owner of a Sony digital camera that was recovered recently by police.

Detective Sergeant Gerri Mannion, from Harrow CID, said: “We are very keen to identify the rightful owner of this camera and reunite them with it.

“We have very limited information about the two people captured in this photograph, however they appear to be in their early 20s and might be tourists or could be from the London area. It’s not clear when the photograph was taken but we are hopeful that someone will recognise them.

“If you have any ideas who the two people in the photograph are, please call Harrow Police on 020 8733 4349 in order that the camera can be restored to its rightful owner.”

We would also like to take this opportunity to remind people to take extra precautions to prevent burglary.

Please ensure you lock all doors and windows when you leave your home and ensure that any UPVC doors or windows are properly locked and that the keys have been removed.

You can help to protect your home and your property by fitting burglar alarms, using security lighting, property marking and photographing valuable items and installing a safe.

You can find comprehensive crime prevention advice on the Met Police website at www.met.police.uk

Your local Safer Neighbourhoods team can carry out a crime prevention survey in your home and advise you what measures to take to reduce your chances of becoming a victim of burglary.

Source: Harrow Police

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