Murray, Kentucky police offering housewatching program

Murray, Kentucky residents that are traveling out of town can take part in a housewatching program.

The Murray Police Department is offering a Housewatch program free of charge to all residents within the city limits.

As part of the program, an officer will check on your house to make sure it is secure.

All you have to do to take part is go to the police department at 407 Poplar Street and fill out information, including which days you will be out of town.

The program is offered year round to residents.

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