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Burglaries should not be taken "out of context" says Chief

Sat, 17 Jan 2015

The current burglary spree on the Isle of Man will not damage the Island's reputation - despite 21 burglaries in six days.

That's the view of the Chief Minister Allan Bell who says it's important to keep the whole issue in context. 

Police say they are working flat out and leaving "no stone unturned" in the hunt for those responsible.

Mr Bell says we still have one of the lowest crime rates in Britain and that will remain - he doesn't want people to panic:


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