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A SMARTER WAY TO BEAT BURGLARS AT A DISCOUNT


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bbots Langley residents are being offered a simple but hi-tech way of deterring thieves. The local Neighbourhood Watch teams in the


area have joined forces with Hertfordshire Police to make the Smart Water deterrent available at a discounted price. SmartWater is a colourless liquid solution


which is simply dabbed onto the uneven surfaces of your valuables. It can be used to code all sorts of items such as


jewellery, ornaments, electrical items and even your motor vehicle. Each bottle contains a unique chemical „code‟ which is registered to the buyer so it conclusively proves ownership. It cannot be easily seen by the naked eye and


is almost impossible to remove. The liquid glows under ultraviolet light making it easy for the Police to detect. Neighbourhood Watch Area Co-ordinator, Glo-


ria Stuart, for College Road, said: “Anything which helps prevent any form of crime is worth a try and this new product appears to be a major deterrent. It normally sells for up to £90 but we


are offering it for £20.” The firm‟s website states: “The Police use


Smart Water in undercover operations to catch and convict criminals. Criminals know about SmartWater and fear its power to forensically link them with the scene of a crime. “So, by coding your valuables and displaying


the SmartWater deterrent signs, you are sending out a powerful warning to any thieves and bur- glars operating in your area.” To order call Gloria Stuart on 01923 663255 or email gandbstuart@btinternet.com


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