They said: "With more and more people playing Pokémon Go on their phones, police are offering tips on how to stay safe and protect your personal data".
It's the moment we've all been waiting for (well maybe just kids and grown-ups with a hankering for some nostalgia) - Pokemon Go has been officially launched in the UK.
It seems stranger than fiction, but Pokemon Go - an app that has triggered a global phenomenon where millions of people obsessively capture small creatures in public spaces - was first introduced as an April Fool's Day joke. Already after a few days (and only available in a handful of countries) Pokemon GO has been installed on over 5% of Android devices in the US. Download it for free in the UK App Store here.
Shares in the Japanese company Nintendo have seen a stellar rise since the release of the game gaining more than 50 percent.
A spokesman said: "With the release of the app there will be many children and adults taking to the streets to play the game".
Players in the United States, Australia and New Zealand have been hooked to their handsets since the game was released there last week. The BBB encourages users to only download the app through official app stores, not third-party sites.
It also said that games which generate tremendous hype don't always turn into a sustainable success.
Look at the rumored co-promotion with McDonald's that was discovered after fans datamined the game's code.
As reported on Parent Herald, the roaming of Pokemon hunters has led to discoveries that they never would have thought could have happened when playing the game on their phone.
In Europe, Pokemon GO is now ready in Germany. Just like how "Angry Birds" taught a generation of smartphone users how to swipe on touch-based glass screens, "Pokemon Go" could help gamers understand this new medium, said SuperData Research Chief Executive Joost van Dreunen.
Hanke recently opened up about the game's future plans, revealing that "Pokemon Go" will soon treat players with deeper gameplay and the ability to interact with other players. Well, according to science, there is definitely more to Pokemon Go than brand appeal of Pokemon alone.