Suffolk Police have defended a controversial home security campaign which features a man dressed in a fluffy wolf costume, trying to break in to cars, houses and sheds.
The Badsey the Wolf initiative is meant to highlight just how easy it can be for criminals to help themselves if things are not locked up properly.
But some people have taken to the force's own website to criticise it as a publicity stunt, and a waste of time and money.
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