CRIME BRIEFS

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IT WAS quiet on the crime front over the past week with just a few in­ci­dents re­ported.

One or more bur­glars broke into a home in Dick­in­son Road, Sta­tion Hill on Tues­day, steal­ing R1 500 and a pair of jeans.

Mul­tiSe­cu­rity re­sponse of­fi­cer on pa­trol re­ported the break-in to the Mul­tiSe­cu­rity con­trol room. SAPS was also in­formed and at­tended. They found that the bur­glar(s) had gained en­try by re­mov­ing a win­dow and then left through the door.

A res­i­dent in York Road phoned Mul­tiSe­cu­rity con­trol room on Tues­day to re­port that an in­truder at his premises was try­ing to open his gate. He let the dogs out, then the in­truder spot­ted the res­i­dent’s wife and fled.

The man was de­scribed as wear­ing a red top and a black back­pack. Mul­tiSe­cu­rity pa­trolled the area but could not find him.

Last Wed­nes­day morn­ing, Mul­tiSe­cu­rity re­sponded to an alarm at a home in River­side Drive.

A bur­glar cut through a se­cu­rity gate at the kitchen and forced open the door. The TV was stolen. SAPS also re­sponded. The owner was away and said he would ask a neigh­bour to check on the house.

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