Video security bolstered at Southport Pier Pavilion following costly burglary

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The video security system protecting the Southport Pier Pavilion has been beefed up following a break-in at the cafe at the end of the pier, which saw two perpetrators stealing cash and trashing the tills.

Colin Jamieson, owner of the Pier Pavilion, revealed how the level of security has been improved after the break-in. He said: “The lads caused over £1000 damage to the business so we have to take it seriously.

“I have now upgraded the CCTV system around the pavilion and I have been told that Sefton Council is making improvements too. I understand that individuals who attempt to walk down the pier after it has closed will trigger a sensor alarm.

“We have passed all the CCTV of the break-in on to the police now.

“A week before the burglary there was a break-in at the ice cream kiosk on the pier. I think it was the same lads.

“I just want to move on now. Obviously summer is a crucial period for us. We just need to some decent weather to pull the crowds in.”

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