Puyallup PD turns to public to help combat high property crime

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The Puyallup Police Department hopes that two campaigns, launched over the summer, will help combat property crime by encouraging the public to do its part to deter would-be thieves.

The campaigns, called “Lock It or Lose It” and the “#9PMRoutine” educate residents on how to make their cars and homes less appealing targets to those looking for a quick score.

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