The English Oxford Dictionary defines "suspicious behaviour" among other things as; "Having the belief or impression that someone is involved in an illegal or dishonest activity."
Police are used to identifying suspicious behaviour and I am of the belief that if it looks or feels suspicious then it probably is suspicious.
The old saying, "If it walks like a duck, smells like a duck and looks like a duck then it probably is a duck", is probably right.
Everyone at some point has looked at something or someone and said to themselves, "That looks suspicious".
I'm not talking about what my Wife cooked me for tea last night (although it was very suspicious. I thought I saw it move), I'm talking about the feeling you get when something is just not right.
If you see something suspicious or someone acting suspicious, tell someone.
Police are always interested in suspicious behaviour.
We don't care if we are called out for something suspicious and it turns out to be nothing.
There are the other times where the suspicious behaviour ends in arrest before further crimes are committed by the said, suspicious persons.
This is good for the community and because we all live in this community it is good for us.
So just remember, if it looks suspicious or you feel suspicious about something or someone, give us a ring.
As always, in case of emergency, call (000)
Remember you can Dob in a Druggie any time you like by contacting Nowra Police or ringing Crime Stoppers. Do not drink and drive. As always, in case of an emergency call 000. In non-emergencies call the Policelink on 131 444 or your local police station. To provide anonymous information call Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000. For domestic and family violence information, visit www.police.nsw.gov.au. For Shoalhaven Domestic Violence officers call 4421 9666 or 4421 9665 or email email@example.com.
Don't forget, cops are tops.
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