Vandals burning bins
The Plettenberg Bay Crime Prevention Association (PBCPA) is offering a R1 000 reward for information that leads to the arrest of a local vandal.
Over the past month, several rubbish bins have mysteriously gone up in flames and been destroyed.
The bins are part of the Keep Plett Clean campaign, which is an initiative started by concerned locals working with the Bitou Municipality to keep the town neat and tidy. As part of the initiative they have strategically placed several of these bins around town to encourage locals and visitors not to litter.
The costs of these bins are covered by the members themselves and donations from the public and businesses in town.
According to Alison Bryant of the Keep Plett Clean campaign, these bins have systematically been set alight and destroyed over the past month.
The PBCPA has since offered a R1 000 reward for information about the incidents in an attempt to apprehend the culprit.
Do you have information?
Should anyone have information that can assist in putting an end to the vandalism, the PBCPA can be contacted on 082 251 8134 or the municipal law enforcement unit on 044 501 3240.
The bins are part of the Keep Plett Clean campaign, an initiative started by concerned locals to keep the town neat and tidy.