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Shop wisely AND safely, urges Guam Police

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - If you're one of the last-minute shoppers this year, the Guam Police Department wants to ensure your safety. Police remind residents to be mindful of the higher risk of burglaries by ensuring that your gifts are not exposed in your homes and most especially in your vehicles.

It is also wise not to carry too much cash and to bring a friend or family member along while shopping. Police also remind residents to lock up their belongings and to report any suspicious individuals in areas that they do not belong in.

Finally, the community is asked to be mindful of the increased heavy traffic this time of year as well as other motorists who are trying to make it to their Christmas event.

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