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Mul-T-Lock UK urges van owners to update their vehicle security in light of latest crime statistics

Mul-T-Lock UK is urging van owners to update their vehicle security in light of the latest crime statistics.
With the latest results showing the annual rate of thefts involving vans in the UK could rise to more than 20,000 vans by 2030, the security specialist is encouraging van operators and owners to consider simple solutions to protect their vehicles and contents.
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The same research predicts that 12,000 vans will be stolen in 2022, which is a rise of 169% over the last five years. Tools are the favourite target of van thieves, with 67% of van break-ins resulting in stolen tools and equipment.
Mul-T-Lock aims to raise awareness, utilising its all-in-one ArmaDLock® security device
Says Claire Blakemore, Managing Director of Mul-T-Lock UK: “The statistics speak for themselves when it comes to van crime and will only increase with time. They will continue to have devastating affects – whether a sole trader, small or large fleet operator…