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Officer gets a bird’s eye view of crime scene
Updated 11:19am Thursday 30th January 2014 in News
PC BOB Searle is keeping an eagle eye out for his rural parishioners.
Yesterday he visited the falconry centre at Millets Farm in Fyfield, near Abingdon, to put up some burglar-deterrents.
The brightly-coloured red and yellow County Watch signs are designed to remind visitors to keep a vigilant eye out in more isolated spots, like the falconry centre.
Pc Searle, pictured with Harris hawk Ruby, said: “The signs act as a deterrent to ne’er-do-wells who prey on people.”
To join the scheme should call Thames Valley Police on 101.
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