Peterborough jewelers #burglary still under #investigation | #ESC_LLC #Police | There have been no arrests associated with the March 21 burglary of downtown Peterborough’s Hobbs Jewelers, Police Chief Scott Guinard said Monday. https://wp.me/p97JNV-S7
Guinard was able to confirm that a call that summoned officers across town right before the store’s alarm went off at 3:20 a.m. was connected to the burglary. Master Patrolman Christopher Martin was still working on the case and the department had no other details to announce yet, he said.
To read the remainder of this news article, click here.
Crime Prevention Begins With An Effective Closed Circuit Television System
#Crime Prevention Begins With An Effective Closed Circuit Television System | #ESC_LLC #CrimePrevention #CCTV #Camera | How often is it that we read a news article about a burglary where by the time the Police arrive, the crime is done and the burglars gone? One thing is for sure, law enforcement is stretched thing and they cannot be everywhere at the same time. https://wp.me/p97JNV-S7#cctv
With regards to the incident cited in the news report above, according to the news source Sentinel Source, “Peterborough Police Chief Scott Guinard said police were called to the scene on Depot Street around 3:20 a.m. Saturday. In addition to taking the watches, Guinard said the burglars smashed the jeweler’s glass door and a glass showcase” (click to read).
Further reading reveals that the jewelry store did, indeed, have a video surveillance system.
There are two directions that you can head when choosing and installing a CCTV system. You can buy a consumer grade at Sam’s or a professional, industrial grade from a security company, such as ESC of Greater Ohio. The difference is simple, a consumer-grade system is made to less demanding specifications than a professional-grade system, not to mention the fact that technicians who do it everyday know where to place cameras, perform the programming, etc.
If you’re in need of assistance, whether it involves the installation of a new camera system or the serving of an existing one, ESC can help. Call 614-754-1393 or use the contact form below! -John Larkin, ESC Senior Partner