MP calls for new CCTV surveillance network to be deployed in Oadby

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An MP has publicly asked for a new CCTV network to be deployed in his local constituency in order to help the police and reassure residents following a crime spree, a recent news report in the local media has been able to reveal.

Local MP Neil O’Brien says that installing the new system in Oadby is needed after a spate of around 30 burglaries on some of the town’s streets where gold and high-value cars have been stolen.

Mr O’Brien said CCTV could help the police and reassure residents who have been unnerved by the 30 or so break-ins in the area in September and October.

He said: “Harborough Council have invested in a high-definition CCTV system which covers Market Harborough and other centres, and is used by the police every day.

“I want to see a similar system developed by Oadby and Wigston to fight the burglary problem.

“I’m appalled by these burglaries, and residents and victims have told me they would like to see the council develop a powerful CCTV system to feed intelligence to the police and protect our community.

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