Mark Baker, co-director of Glevum Security of Gloucester gives some handy hints on how to cut down on the tell-tale signs that are likely to make a burglar’s eyes light up and some tips on how to make your home more secure if it is targeted.
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Mark Baker, director of Glevum Security in Gloucester, outlines some of the ways to make sure your home does not become a magnet for burglars.
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