Of­fi­cers’ swift re­ac­tion saves the day

The Rep - - NEWS -

RED Guard se­cu­rity of­fi­cers on duty re­acted swiftly af­ter a call in­di­cat­ing sus­pects were seen at the back of a cloth­ing store in Komani.

Re­sponse of­fi­cers ap­pre­hended two youths who had al­legedly made a hole in the fence.

Noth­ing had been stolen and they were re­leased af­ter the man­ager de­clined to open a case, op­er­a­tions man­ager Wil­lie Rey­necke said.

A panic alarm was ac­ti­vated at a cash store on Thurs­day night and re­sponse of­fi­cers ap­pre­hended a sus­pect who was al­legedly un­der the in­flu­ence of al­co­hol and caus­ing a dis­tur­bance.

He was handed over to the po­lice and it was es­tab­lished that he had an ID book and cell­phone be­long­ing to some­one else in his pos­ses­sion.

Re­sponse of­fi­cers at­tended to a panic alarm at a house in Liv­ing­stone Road on Sun­day.

They ap­pre­hended a sus­pect who had de­manded en­try and when this was re­fused, he al­legedly started to break win­dows.

He was handed over to the po­lice – Rep re­porter.

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