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.