Many in­ci­dents but most prove false alarms

Talk of the Town - - News - TK MTIKI

Mul­tiSe­cu­rity had a busy time in the past week with calls com­ing in re­port­ing sus­pected crimes. How­ever, the good news is that the ma­jor­ity of those in­ci­dents did not lead to any ac­tual crime.

On Septem­ber 24 a break-in at a premises on Bound­ary Road was re­ported and the in­ci­dents took place in the early hours of the morn­ing just af­ter mid­night.

Multi Se­cu­rity dis­cov­ered the sus­pects had gained en­try by squeez­ing through the bur­glar bars of an open win­dow by the of­fice. Ac­cord­ing to the re­port, the sus­pects stole a lap­top and leather hand­bag con­tain­ing only the client’s pass­port. A case was opened.

An­other break-in took place at Nelly Rose Hair Sa­lon at 3.53am. Mul­tiSe­cu­rity dis­cov­ered that the suspect had gained en­try by smash­ing the glass of the slid­ing door to gain en­try. Noth­ing had been stolen. A case was to be opened.

On Septem­ber 25 at 2.18pm, Ranks Take­away was robbed. Ac­cord­ing to the re­port of the scene, Multi Se­cu­rity’s of­fi­cer was shown a pic­ture of some­one steal­ing money out of the cash till and also tak­ing sweets from the premises. A suspect was spot­ted near De­bonairs and taken back to the shop. Mul­tiSe­cu­rity stated that a case was opened.

Mul­tiSe­cu­rity con­firmed hav­ing re­ceived many calls re­lated to sus­pi­cious crime, but upon mak­ing a fol­low up, found noth­ing sus­pi­cious at those scenes.

The re­port said a house sit­ter phoned in from Lewes Street and re­ported she heard some­one shout­ing from the back of the garden. How­ever, the se­cu­rity of­fi­cer stated he found noth­ing sus­pi­cious at the premises.

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