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WHILE there were nu­mer­ous re­ports on sus­pi­cious peo­ple and noises over the past week, Mul­tiSe­cu­rity had few se­ri­ous in­ci­dents re­ported.

On Fri­day, an armed rob­bery oc­curred in Port Frances Cres­cent. The client phoned Mul­tiSe­cu­rity and re­ported a break-in and re­quested armed re­sponse. A Mul­tiSe­cu­rity re­ac­tion of­fi­cer at­tended to the scene and re­ported that rob­bers gained en­try by open­ing the scullery door. The rob­bers then threat­ened the do­mes­tic worker with a knife and stole two wal­lets, one be­long­ing to the do­mes­tic worker and an­other to the home­owner. A case was opened with the SAPS.

Last Thurs­day, a call came in from a res­i­dent re­port­ing that while she was at Ne­mato SPAR, she no­ticed that some­one was jam­ming her key lock on her ve­hi­cle be­cause when she wanted to lock her car, she couldn’t do it with the re­mote but had to lock it with the key. She re­quested that the public stays vig­i­lant when lock­ing their ve­hi­cles.

In the early hours of Wed­nes­day morn­ing, a client in Brighton Road phoned in and re­ported a break-in at their res­i­dence.

The Mul­tiSe­cu­rity re­ac­tion of­fi­cer at­tended and re­ported that the bur­glars pulled open the se­cu­rity gate and gained en­try. The door was not locked, and a hand­bag, R750 and a lap­top was stolen. The client did not open a case with the SAPS.

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