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Last week Wed­nes­day, cat­tle were re­ported on the road be­tween Bathurst and the Shaw Park Road turn off. Mul­tiSe­cu­rity Con­trol room in­formed Bathurst Saps and spoke to an of­fi­cer who sent a ve­hi­cle to re­move the cat­tle.

After mid­night on Wed­nes­day a res­i­dence in Weald Street con­tacted the Mul­tiSe­cu­rity Con­trol Room and re­ported dogs bark­ing in the area. The client re­quested that armed se­cu­rity pa­trol the area who then re­ported that they found a duiker mov­ing through the area pro­vok­ing the dogs.

Early Thurs­day morn­ing, stray cat­tle were re­ported to be roam­ing at the 43 Air School and Thorn­hill turnoff. Mul­tiSe­cu­rity Re­ac­tion Of­fi­cers con­tacted Ne­mato SAPS and in­formed them to at­tend.

Last Thurs­day morn­ing, a Mul­tiSe­cu­rity Re­ac­tion Of­fi­cer re­ported a mo­tor ve­hi­cle ac­ci­dent in­volv­ing two ve­hi­cles in Bis­cay Road. One of the ve­hi­cles re­versed and hit the other with his back bumper.

Later in the af­ter­noon, a break-in oc­curred in Keey Street. The Mul­tiSe­cu­rity Con­trol Room re­ceived an alarm from the premises and at­tended the scene. A Mul­tiSe­cu­rity Re­ac­tion Of­fi­cer re­ported a win­dow of the parked ve­hi­cle was bro­ken as well as the bath­room win­dow was forced open. Upon more in­ves­ti­ga­tion, the Mul­tiSe­cu­rity Re­ac­tion Of­fi­cer found the suspect on the premises and iden­ti­fied him as one of the client’s work­ers.

Also Thurs­day af­ter­noon in Bound­ary Road, a client re­quested armed response re­port­ing a man who wants to stab her son. The man who wanted to stab the client’s son was iden­ti­fied as a beg­gar.

A Port Al­fred res­i­dent re­ported that one of his em­ploy­ees was as­saulted and robbed of R3000 from his ac­count at the Her­itage Mall ATM last Thurs­day.

Stray cat­tle caused a traf­fic ob­struc­tion last Thurs­day evening near the Thorn­hill turn off. The Mul­tiSe­cu­rity Ccon­trol Room in­formed Ne­mato SAPS who were at­tend­ing to other is­sues and could not at­tend to the cat­tle.

Shortly be­fore mid­night on Thurs­day, stray cat­tle were again re­ported. The cat­tle had moved to the cor­ner of Strand and High Street. SAPS dis­patched a ve­hi­cle to re­move the cat­tle.

In Fal­con Street, Satur­day af­ter­noon, Mul­tiSe­cu­rity Con­trol room re­ceived an alarm from a res­i­dence. A Mul­tiSe­cu­rity Re­ac­tion Of­fi­cer re­sponded and said the doors and se­cu­rity gate had not been locked and left open. The Con­trol Room in­formed the client and they asked that the armed response to go into the house and check if ev­ery­thing was okay. The Re­ac­tion Of­fi­cer re­ported that all was in or­der.

Sun­day evening, Mul­tiSe­cu­rity Con­trol Room re­ceived an alarm from a res­i­dence in Burke Close. A Mul­tiSe­cu­rity Re­ac­tion Of­fi­cer checked the premises and no­ticed that the front and back doors are closed but not locked, only the se­cu­rity gates were locked.

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