Help police find missing goods
Plettenberg Bay police are searching for several stolen items and have called on the public to assist.
Police spokesperson Captain Marlene Pieterse said that on 2 April, a resident left his property in Ailsa Craig Avenue at about 09:00 and when he returned two hours later, he discovered his front door open and two of his bicycles missing.
One of the bicycles was a silver Giant mountain bike with an estimated value of R60 000 and the other was a yellow-andbrown Specialized mountain bike worth about R100 000.
Pieterse said a 24-volt battery charger was also found to be missing.
She added that another incident involved good stolen over Easter, between 29 March 29 and 3 April, when contract workers left their trucks on a farm on the R340 gravel road to Uplands.
“They went home for the Easter weekend. When they returned to the farm, they discovered that 1 200 litres of diesel and four batteries were stolen from the trucks.”
Should you have any information that could assist the police, contact the detective, Sergeant Edwin Smith, on 044 501 1908 or 083 538 0886.