Many incidents but most prove false alarms
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.