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Crime Briefs – Tuesday April 13

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Crime Briefs – Tuesday April 13

Represent on crime issued by MultiSecurity

Correct after 12 noon, a resident living in Henry Street reported that there used to be a hole in her fence and copper pipes had been stolen. Having spoken with the gardener on-living, security officers stated they no longer certain how many meters had been stolen.

Early Newspaper

Later the same day, at 9.15pm, copper pipes had been stolen from a apartment in Alfred Avenue as reported by the resident. In whole it used to be estimated that 10m of copper pipe had been stolen. A case used to be opened with the SAPS however no arrests comprise yet been made.

Canines had been reported to be barking continuously at 9.28pm in Riverside Pressure and West Street.  After a patrol of the plight security officers stated that nothing untoward had been came across.

Trespassers had been reported to be within the benefit of a apartment in Park Avenue at 9.30pm. After paroling the plight security officers stated they came across nothing suspicious. At true three minutes to hour of darkness the resident posted a WhatsApp message that there there used to be a trespasser on the rear of the home. On the opposite hand, security officers, having inspected the property all all over again, could accept nothing suspicious.

A resident in Southwell Avenue reported screaming and shouting coming from the route of Damant Resort at 9.55pm, it appears emanating from a apartment in Hancorn Lane. At the side of SAPS officers, MultiSecurity came across a person who used to be suspected of breaking into the home and the SAPS officers took the person into custody.

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Crime Briefs – Tuesday April 13