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|10-09-2015, 11:10 AM||#1|
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Police offer 50 security chains for a tenner
Discount chains offered in anttheft initiative
POLICE in south London are offering £50 motorcycle security chains for a tenner in a joint ant-theft scheme with a scooter dealer and local council.
Motorcycle or scooter owners who live in the Borough of Bromley can get one of the discount chains by going to the police station in Penge and presenting their licence, insurance certificate and V5 registration document.
Fifty of the Mammoth chains and locks are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
The scheme is the work of Tower Scooters in Beckenham along with Bromley Council and police.
Collect a chain from the front office at Police Base, Copperfield House, Charles Dickens Terrace, Maple Road, Penge, SE20 8RE.
Sergeant Paul Thomas of the Crystal Palace Safer Neighbourhood Team said: ‘We are grateful to Tower Scooters for their support in working with us to reduce motorcycle theft.
‘We continue to use different methods to combat motorcycle theft in the borough, along with educating riders around theft prevention, especially newer and younger riders.
‘Being a motorbike owner is expensive so I urge people to take this opportunity to buy a really good lock and chain to secure there prized possession.’
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