Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Halls of Cambridge Gears up to Combat Van Crime

Following an increase in van crime in the local area, Master Locksmiths, Halls of Cambridge has pledged support to a new ‘Lock Up Your Van’ campaign, directly appealing to van owners to update their vehicle security in light of latest crime statistics. 

With recent results showing up to fifteen vans are being targeted daily, Halls of Cambridge is backing the campaign, led by Mul-T-Lock®, to call on van operators and owners in the vicinity to take action and consider simple security solutions to protect their vehicle and contents.

Halls of Cambridge is also now stocking Mul-T-Lock®’s high performance ArmaDLock® all in one security device, designed uniquely for vans as a bolt on solution and a significant visual deterrent to the opportunist thief.

Shaun Rutherford, Trade Counter Manager at Halls of Cambridge, said: 
“The statistics speak for themselves when it comes to local van crime and will only increase with time and continue to have devastating affects - whether a sole trader, small or large fleet operator – the potential for loss of livelihood and significant cost implications is extremely significant.

“We believe we have a duty of care to educate our customers and raise these concerns proactively, whilst also offering the ultimate all encompassing solution in Mul-T-Lock® ArmaDLock® that is easy to install, maintain and simple for the van owner to operate and instantly gain peace of mind security.”
Designed to be professionally installed and supplied with secure fixings, Mul-T-Lock® ArmaDLock® is an all in one non-corrosive lock body solution that offers no hanging parts that could damage the paintwork around the lock. The unique angled lock body of Mul-T-Lock® ArmaDLock® has been carefully created to deflect blows from a hammer and together with the steel locking bolt adds extra protection for the doors.

The new ‘Lock up Your Van’ campaign offers written, visual and film marketing materials all downloadable from and focuses on the increasing number of thefts from vans left unlocked and unattended even for just a few minutes.

For further information or to follow Halls of Cambridge’s support for Mul-T-Lock’s Vehicle Security campaign, please use hashtag #lockupyourvan or visit

For more details on Halls of Cambridge, please call 01223 416000 or visit

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