Suspects Come Back for Round 2 and Lose, Again

www.MyPE.co.za: From
the Atlas Security Crime
Newsletter we have picked out a couple of interesting crime incidents:

At 13h19 on Tuesday afternoon last week, a group of burglars tried to
break into a Victoria Park Drive, Walmer residence for the second time,
but were stopped in their tracks by the homeowner’s father.

The owner’s father, who lives next door, heard the gates rattling
outside and went to investigate. When he got outside, he noticed that
the knife-wielding suspects were trying to break down his son’s gate.
The elderly man shouted at them in the hope that they would run away.

The thugs left what they were busy doing, approached the resident and
tried to stab him. Luckily he was armed with pepper spray and managed
to spray the criminals.

The suspects fled in the direction of the cemetery. The homeowner’s
father gave the police a description of the suspects and a case of
attempted burglary was opened.

Mark, the homeowner, shares his experience; “The same culprits returned
on Tuesday of this week (20 July 2010) and attempted to get into our
house again – they were confronted and hauled out 50cm daggers
threatening to kill my father-in-law who had apprehended them. They ran
off pursued by SAPS and Security Company, but got away. One of the
perps was positively identified as one “Scarface” (delightful)… who
is wanted on housebreaking and also attempted murder investigations.
Many thanks.”

Citizens arrest in
Linkside

A Bibury Avenue, Linkside homeowner caught a suspect in his yard on
Wednesday afternoon last week, shortly after at 14h00.

The owner was at home at the time when he heard scuffling in his yard
and went to find the reason for the noise. When he got outside, he saw
an unknown man running in his back yard, carrying two bags. The owner
knew that it was a burglar and immediately phoned ATLAS to send a
Response Vehicle to his house and also contacted his neighbours to
inform them of the incident.

The Response Officers arrived and found that the man had broken into
the neighbour’s back room and had stolen two bags filled with alcohol
and power tools. The thief thought he could flee the scene undetected
by jumping over the walls, but was stopped in his tracks by the
homeowner.

The victim of the crime has opened a case with the police, who will
investigate.

Armed men in white Polo
seen in Newton Park

A security guard at a Willet Street, Newton Park business requested
ATLAS and the police to be despatched when he noticed a suspicious
white Polo stop at the premises at 20h16 on Wednesday last week.

The guard was on patrol at the back of the premises when he saw the car
stop outside the front of the building. Four occupants climbed out of
the vehicle. The driver remained in the car and drove off after a
while. The guard noticed that two of the men were armed with firearms
and immediately called ATLAS and the police. On arrival, the security
teams split up and thoroughly searched the area. They could not find
any trace of the men and no entry was gained into the premises.

The alert guard remembered the vehicle’s registration number and the
police confirmed that the number provided does not exist. ATLAS and the
police patrolled the area for the remainder of the evening but did not
spot the car.

Afternoon house robbery
in Newton Park

ATLAS Armed Response Officers were despatched to a residence in Cecil
Street, Newton Park after an armed robbery unfolded at 14h07 on
Thursday afternoon.

Two young suspects allegedly entered the property and went straight to
the back yard. They were at the back for a long while and were later
joined by a third robber. The three suspects came out of the yard and
speedily made their getaway in the direction of Walmer.

After the robbery had taken place, the victim called her neighbours and
informed them of the incident. The neighbours immediately called ATLAS
and the police for backup and to respond to the crime scene.

The woman reported that three young intruders entered her house and
proceeded to terrorise and assault her. They tried to tie her up before
making off with her jewellery, cell phone and money. The victim and the
eyewitnesses gave a description of the trio to ATLAS and the police dog
unit, who together initiated a search party with the assistance of a
police chopper.

They combed the Walmer area and focused on Dodds Farm. The police
apprehended two suspects but they did not fit the description. However
the arrested suspects were found to be involved in a differed burglary
that took place in the Linkside area the same day.

Police are investigating a case of house robbery.

Male flasher arrested in
Glendinningvale

A member of the public alerted ATLAS to a man who was flashing to the
public in Conyngham Road, Glendinningvale just before 18h00 on Thursday
evening last week.

An ATLAS Response Officer found the foolish man on the corner of
Kestell Street and Conyngham Road where he continued to streak.

The Officer apprehended the man and the police took him away for
questioning.

Unlatched window gives
criminals free access

An unlatched window at a business in Lennox Street, Glendinningvale
provided burglars with easy access to the property at around 23h35 on
Thursday evening.

ATLAS Armed Response Officers were despatched after alarm signals were
received from the business. A few response vehicles arrived and
surrounded the large building. The police dog unit was also called to
the scene and together they combed the area searching for the suspects.
After inspecting the property, they found that the suspects had already
managed to escape with their loot.

The criminals had popped open a window that was not latched properly
and had gained access. They made off with a 42″ plasma screen TV, an
empty cash box and an LCD screen. They tried to take another TV, but
struggled to dismount it from the wall.

A case of burglary was opened and the police are investigating.

Armed Robbery in Korsten

A Highfield Road, Korsten business owner was robbed by two armed men at
20h28 on Friday evening.

According to an eyewitness, the gunmen, driving a white Toyota Corolla,
cruised around the vicinity of the business and eventually parked their
car around the corner from the shop and got out. They forced open the
security lock on the door, barged into the shop and proceeded to
threaten the owner with their firearms.

They went behind the counter and demanded the owner to hand over the
money in the shop, R2500 airtime and his cell phone. After they
gathered their loot, they hit the owner over the head, leaving him with
a laceration above his ear.

The partners in crime ran back to their car and fled. The owner pressed
his panic button after the armed robbery, alerting ATLAS and the
police. An ambulance arrived to treat the man’s wounds and injuries.

An eyewitness issued the police with the vehicle’s registration number
and the police fingerprint forensic team also arrived on the scene. A
case of armed robbery was opened and the police are investigating.

Homeowner sleeps while
burglars ransack home

On Sunday just before 03h30, a Woodhead Drive, Humewood resident
summonsed ATLAS Armed Response to a burglary in their complex. It was
found that the suspects had cut the fence at the back of the complex to
gain access and then targeted a unit to break into. The suspects
carefully removed a window in the TV room area to gain access, so as
not to alert the sleeping. Unfortunately the unit was not protected by
an alarm and the suspects had free reign inside until, it seems, they
were disturbed and fled with the TV and other undisclosed items.

It is not yet clear how the complex management were alerted of the
break-in, but they pressed the remote panic button that is used by the
receptionist at the premises to alert ATLAS.

A case of housebreaking is being investigated.

Security guard dies of
smoke inhalation after making a fire in the guardhouse

During the early hours of Sunday morning, a security guard died in his
guardhouse at an Old Grahamstown Road, Deal Party business.

The guard decided to make a fire in a bucket and brought the bucket
into the guardhouse to keep him warm for the remainder of his shift. He
closed the door and all the windows, allowing no ventilation.

At 04h00 the patrolling guard had made his last entry into his report
book and between then and 06h00 he succumbed to the fumes.

At 06h00 another security guard came on duty and found his colleague
passed out in the guardhouse. He pressed his panic button alerting
ATLAS to be despatched to the emergency. An ambulance and the police
were also sent to the scene.

The Response Officers arrived within minutes and immediately tried to
resuscitate the man but he had already died on the scene.

Be Warned!!
Computer/Laptop theft on the rise in the Metro

Over the last few weeks the ATLAS Crime Newsletter has contained a few
stories about computer/laptop theft, but this last week alone has seen
11 reported incidences where computers and/or laptops have been stolen.
Even though computer theft has been a problem that has also affected
industrialised countries around the world, it is now beginning to reach
epidemic proportions in South Africa, with the majority of criminal
syndicates linked to these crimes.

The reason for this is that computers and laptops are easily accessible
and easy to dispose of on the illegal market, especially across the
borders in developing Third World countries. Laptops are small,
valuable, can be removed quickly and can be easily hidden.

Along with laptop and computer theft, comes the threat of violence, as
seen in one incident this week where a woman was followed into her
business and held at knifepoint until she handed over her laptop. So it
is no longer only about taking precautions to safeguard your equipment,
but also to protect human life.

Unfortunately, businesses are seen as “soft targets” for these
syndicates, as computers are replaced within days of the theft to
ensure the ongoing operation of the business. The cost of a stolen
laptop or computer is greater than the initial replacement cost; it is
also the cost of peripherals such as modems and network cards,
installed software, the cost of configuring and loading replacement
software and the cost of lost time for the business/laptop owner while
the computer is being replaced. An even greater cost is the potential
exposure and liability that results from lost confidential corporate
and client information.

ATLAS supports the PE
Radio Controlled Model Air Show

The annual PE Radio Controlled Model Air Show is set to take place on
Saturday 31 July and Sunday 01 August 2010 at the PERF club. This
fun-filled family event will start at 09h00 each day. There will be an
admission fee of R20.00 for adults and R10.00 for children or R50.00
per vehicle. Food and refreshments will be on sale, so bring along the
whole family for a great day out.

Neighbourhood Watch
Contacts:

  • Framesby Neighbourhood Watch: Danie 083-654-5764, Dirk
    082-570-0328
  • Fernglen Community Watch: Contact Corrie Meyer 0832709895
    or Ken Jack
    0845108691
  • Garden Suburb Crime Forum: This area includes Lorraine,
    Lorraine Manor,
    Kamma Park, Kamma Heights, Goldwater, Woodlands, Weybridge Park, Kragga
    Kamma Park and Hancorn. Contact Glenn Scheepers on 084-288-0594 for
    more information.
  • Greenbushes/Waterkloof Neighbourhood watch: D Thomas
    082-968-6984 or
    041 372 2310 or donthom[at]telkomsa.net.
    You can also contact Wilhelm
    Puchert on 082-473-0084 or Jeffrey Slater on 084-504-2526
  • Mount Croix area: Jacquie 083-740-9734 or 041-373-5015
    jacquieb[at]lantic.net
  • Millard Grange (Incorporating Glendinningvale and Parsons
    Hill): Tim
    mgcfpost[at]inconsult.co.za
    or call 082-781-1770.
  • Mount Pleasant: Residents from Mount Pleasant East (Rhodes
    St. east to
    Glendore-Genadendal) can contact Edward on 078-114-1669. Mount Pleasant
    West (Rhodes St. west to Boundary Lane) can contact Donald on
    082-320-9990
  • Redhouse Weekend Neighbourhood Watch: David 041-463-2734
    and
    082-411-7429
  • South End Community Watch: Karen Karen[at]xtremeacademy.co.za
    or call
    082-320-3154
  • Summerstrand Neighbourhood Watch: Clifford 041-583-2541 or
    072-306-8812
  • Sydenham Neighbourhood Watch: Maureen Viviers 082-868-7930
    or Noleen
    Dippenaar 083-489-4093
  • Westering Neighbourhood Watch: Nigel Fitt neighbourhoodwatch[at]westering.za.net
    or 082-747-1471

Crime Snapshot

This
is the list of incidents reported to Atlas Security over
the past week.
Bearing in mind that a portion of these incidents are not related to
Atlas Security:

TUESDAY 20 JULY 2010:

  • 02:30 A business in Cottrel Street, Korsten was burgled.
    The suspects forced open the front gate and smashed a window. The
    client was not sure whether entry was gained and could not identify
    whether anything was stolen.
  • 05:27 A business in Kempston Road, Sidwell was burgled. The
    suspects entered through the front roller shutter door and stole
    machinery.
  • 05:37 The Response Officers attended to a medical emergency
    at a business in Biggar Street, Miramar. One of the employees was
    suffering from lower back pain and was taken to hospital by the
    ambulance.
  • 08:00 A business in Havelock Street, Central was burgled.
    The suspects broke a window and gained entry. They stole two plasma
    screen TV’s, a computer tower and two flat screen monitors.
  • 09:05 A residence in Fordyce Road, Walmer had an attempted
    burglary. While patrolling, the Response Officer noticed suspects
    leaving the yard with a wheelbarrow filled with scrap metal. He chased
    the suspects, who dropped the goods and fled. The Officer found that
    they forced open the inter-leading door but no entry was gained into
    the main premises.
  • 13:03 Two suspects stole chocolates from a store in Rink
    Street, Central. The owner caught them and gave them a warning.
  • 13:19 A residence in Victoria Park Drive, Walmer had an
    attempted burglary. A neighbour reported that thieves were busy
    breaking into the premises next door. The suspects broke the gates and
    were then chased by the neighbour, who managed to subdue one of the
    suspects – who was armed with a knife – with pepper spray. No entry was
    gained into the premises.
  • 14:15 A residence in Neville Street, Westering was burgled.
    The suspects forced open the security gate, broke a window and forced
    open the roller door to gain entry. They ransacked the house and made
    off with a DVD player, an amplifier, power tools and meat.
  • 22:51 A fire started inside a business in Main Road,
    Despatch. The owner reported that plastic was burning. The police and
    fire department attended to the incident. Little damage was caused to
    the building.
  • 23:38 A business in Torquay Avenue, Summerstrand was
    burgled. The suspects forced open the front door and gained entry.

WEDNESDAY 21 JULY 2010:

  • 00:14 A business in Kurland Road, Perseverance was burgled.
    The security guard reported that four to eight suspects cut the fence
    and entered the yard. They tried to steal scrap metal. The Response
    Officers managed to arrest one of them.
  • 06:57 A thief stole R120 from a residence in Wilcock
    Circle, Sydenham. The suspect jumped over the wall and fled.
  • 08:13 A business in Military Road, Central was burgled. The
    suspects forced open the office window and bent the burglar bars. A
    flat screen monitor, a laptop and petty cash were stolen.
  • 11:02 A residence in Patensie Street, Bridgemeade was
    burgled. The suspects broke through the garage window.
  • 14:17 A Bibury Avenue, Linkside resident caught a suspect
    that jumped into his yard. The suspect broke into the back room and
    stole alcohol and power tools. The police and ATLAS arrived and
    arrested the suspect.
  • 16:14 A business in West Street, Newton Park was burgled.
    The suspects entered through the back bottom door while the owner was
    inside. When the owner returned from the bathroom and noticed the
    suspect, a scuffle ensued and the suspect fled empty-handed.
  • 20:16 A security guard in Willet Street, Newton Park
    reported that a white Polo with four suspects stopped outside the
    premises. Two of the suspects, armed with firearms, got out of the car.
    The police and ATLAS arrived and checked the area, but could not find
    the suspects.

THURSDAY 22 JULY 2010:

  • 00:31 A business in Mangold Street, Newton Park was
    burgled. The suspects smashed the window close to the door but no entry
    was gained. They pulled a plasma screen TV and alcohol through the
    window.
  • 01:10 An attempted suicide took place at a residence in
    Macon Road, Lorraine. A 42 year old woman had taken an overdose of
    pills. The Response Officers assisted until the ambulance arrived to
    take her to hospital.
  • 01:51 A business in Mangold Street, Newton Park was
    burgled. While the Response Officers were attending to another burglary
    in the street, they noticed that a suspect was busy breaking into the
    business. The suspects stole computers and laptops. This is not an
    ATLAS client.
  • 05:47 A residence in Strandfontein Road, Summerstrand was
    burgled. While the Response Officers were on patrol, they noticed the
    police outside the premises. Suspects had broken through the bedroom
    window and had stolen a laptop. This is not an ATLAS client.
  • 06:45 A business in Parliament Street, Central was burgled.
    The suspects broke a window and gained entry. A flat screen monitor was
    stolen from the premises.
  • 07:46 A business in Cape Road, Westering was burgled. The
    suspects broke through the roof and stole a dummy safe.
  • 08:38 An armed robbery took place at a business in Govan
    Mbeki Avenue, North End. According to an eyewitness, two suspects
    followed the owner as she entered the business. They held her at
    knifepoint and stole a laptop.
  • 08:46 The Response Officers attended to a medical emergency
    at a residence in Mill Park Road, Mill Park. The owner’s domestic
    worker had gone into labour. They assisted and stabilised the pregnant
    woman and the owner took her to hospital.
  • 13:18 Three suspects were trespassing at a residence in
    Neville Street, Westering. The domestic worker reported that she saw
    three suspects in the yard when she went to investigate why the dogs
    were barking frantically. The suspects fled when they saw the domestic.
  • 14:07 A house robbery took place at a premises in Cecil
    Street, Newton Park. According to an eyewitness, two suspects walked
    past the house and returned. After a short while, a third suspect
    joined the two and they entered the house. The suspects assaulted the
    elderly homeowner and tied her up. They stole jewellery, cell phones
    and money. The police arrested two suspects, but after investigating,
    it was confirmed that they were not the perpetrators of this particular
    crime, but had been, however, involved in another burglary.
  • 17:48 A resident in Conyngham Road, Glendinningvale
    reported that she had seen a man flashing at them. The Response
    Officers were despatched and found and arrested the streaker.
  • 23:05 The Response Officers attended to a medical emergency
    at a residence in Belfast Drive, Fernglen. The owner had fallen and
    broken her knee. They assisted until the ambulance arrived. Later that
    evening, the owner’s sister fainted and the Response Officers provided
    assistance again.
  • 23:37 A business in Lennox Street, Glendinningvale was
    burgled. The suspects entered through an unlatched window with no
    burglar bars. They stole a plasma screen TV and an LCD screen.

FRIDAY 23 JULY 2010:

  • 02:57 A business in Seventh Avenue, Walmer was burgled. The
    suspects made a hole in the window close to the latch. As the Response
    Officers arrived, the two suspects fled. The Response Officers managed
    to arrest one of the suspects.
  • 05:18 A business in Alfred Terrace, Central was burgled.
    The suspects kicked in a window and bent the burglar bars. They stole a
    computer screen and tower.
  • 07:29 A business in Kwaford Road, Struandale had an
    attempted burglary. The suspects smashed two front windows but no entry
    was gained.
  • 14:55 A thief stole a red mountain bike that was parked
    outside a business in Retief Plein, Summerstrand.
  • 15:13 A group of people caused trouble at a business in
    Admiralty Way, Summerstrand. The people were drunk and ransacked the
    business. They drove off in a white Isuzu bakkie. The police caught and
    arrested them for drunk driving and damaging property.
  • 20:28 An armed robbery took place at a business in
    Highfield Road, Korsten. Two males entered the premises by forcing open
    the security lock. One of them threatened the owner with a gun and hit
    him over the head. They made off with an undisclosed amount of money
    and airtime and fled the scene in a white Toyota Corolla.

SATURDAY 24 JULY 2010:

  • 01:41 A business in Lockhead Street, Walmer was burgled.
    The suspects used a makeshift ladder to climb onto the roof. They made
    a hole in the wall and broke a piece of the roof. Entry was gained.
  • 03:02 A business in Admiralty Way, Summerstrand was
    burgled. According to the CCTV footage, the suspects cut open the
    security gate and tried to force open the front door. No entry was
    gained.
  • 04:13 A business in Stanley Street, Central was burgled.
    The suspects smashed a window and gained entry. They made off with a
    plasma screen TV, a Hi Fi system, an amplifier and a DVD player.
  • 04:43 While patrolling in Albert Road, Walmer, the Response
    Officers spotted a suspect walking with a computer tower under each
    arm. They apprehended the suspect and the police will investigate a
    case of theft.
  • 06:08 A premises in Mary Boyd Avenue, Kensington was
    burgled. The suspects used a bin to gain access into the premises and
    broke two wooden doors in the process. The Response Officer recovered
    some of the stolen goods in the field.
  • 08:37 A Bibury Avenue, Linkside resident reported that
    their domestic worker was robbed in Heythrop Drive. Thieves stole her
    cell phone and money.
  • 13:01 A residence in Blomme Avenue, Greenbushes was
    burgled. The suspects broke though the garage window and gained entry.
    The client could not identify whether anything was stolen.

SUNDAY 25 JULY 2010:

  • 02:17 A Limburg Road, Kabega Park resident reported that he
    found a stolen microwave oven outside his house on the pavement. He
    handed it over to the police.
  • 03:29 A residence in Woodhead Drive, Humewood Extension was
    burgled. The suspects cut the fence and entered the yard. They removed
    the bottom window and entered the house while the owner was asleep.
    They ransacked the house and made off with some valuables.
  • 03:58 A business in Torquay Avenue, Summerstrand was
    burgled. The suspects smashed a window, gained entry and made off with
    perfume.
  • 06:00 A Nobbs Road, Summerstrand resident reported that she
    found clothing wrapped in a towel in her yard. The Response Officer
    investigated and handed it over the police.
  • 06:07 The Response Officers attended to a medical emergency
    at a business in Old Grahamstown Road, Deal Party. A 25 year old
    security guard made a fire in a bucket and placed it in his guardhouse
    and closed the door and windows. When the replacement guard arrived for
    duty in the morning, he found the man unconscious. The ambulance
    arrived and confirmed that the man had passed away.
  • 07:16 A residence in Athlone Street, Mount Pleasant was
    burgled. The suspects forced open the door locks and the kitchen
    window. They took a laptop, jewellery, an IPOD, a cell phone and a game.
  • 11:24 The Response Officers attended to a medical emergency
    at a residence in Correli Street, Walmer Heights. The owner reported
    that her 84 year old mother had chest pains. The Officers gave her
    medical attention and confirmed that she had suffered a stroke. The
    ambulance arrived and transported the woman to hospital.
  • 11:44 A business in Heugh Road, Walmer was burgled. The
    suspects smashed the window but no entry was gained. They hooked an old
    pair of shoes through the window.
  • 20:48 A residence in Mill Park Road, Mill Park had an
    attempted burglary. Thieves broke one of the windows but no entry was
    gained.
  • 21:00 A business in Elizabeth Lane, North End was burgled.
    The suspects forced open the front door and gained entry. They made off
    with three boxes of wine and discarded smaller items in front of the
    premises.
  • 21:11 A business in Pickering Street, Newton Park was
    burgled. The suspects broke a window but the burglar bars were left
    intact. No entry was gained.
  • 23:35 A business in Pickering Street, Newton Park had an
    attempted burglary. The suspects smashed a window but no entry was
    gained.

MONDAY 26 JULY 2010:

  • 08:03 A business in Circular Drive, Lorraine was burgled.
    The suspects forced open the window and bent the burglar bars and
    gained entry. They stole a computer and petty cash.
  • 08:18 A business in Glen Street, Central was burgled. The
    suspects jumped over the alleyway wall and entered the granny flat.
    They bent the security gate and kicked in the door. They made off with
    a bed and a mirror. The damaged mirror was recovered outside the house.
  • 08:42 A residence in Blomme Avenue, Greenbushes had an
    attempted burglary. The owner reported that he saw three suspects
    breaking through the fence. They used a piece of wood to lift the
    fence. No entry was gained into the house.
  • 09:38 Thieves were trespassing at a residence in Dove Road,
    Greenshields Park. The owner reported that a man jumped into her yard
    and exited again. No entry was gained into the house.
  • 09:50 A residence in Thrush Avenue, Greenshields Park was
    burgled. The suspects entered by removing the kitchen window and
    kicking in the burglar bars. They stole copper piping and exited
    through the back sliding door. The neighbour contacted ATLAS reporting
    that her son caught the suspect but he escaped.
  • 10:29 A residence in Seventh Avenue, Walmer had an
    attempted burglary. The suspects broke a piece of aluminium off the
    gate but did not manage to make off with it. No entry was gained into
    the house.
  • 14:03 A home in Athlone Street, Mount Pleasant was on fire.
    The fire department attended to the fire.
  • 15:53 A residence in Jasmin Avenue, Sunridge Park had an
    attempted burglary. The owner confirmed that a man came from next door
    and begged. The suspect pretended to be deaf and smashed the owner’s
    vehicle window.
  • 16:02 A residence in Hudson Street, Newton Park had an
    attempted burglary. The suspects smashed a window but did not gain
    entry.
  • 20:42 A Kragga Kamma Road, Kamma Park business owner
    reported that people were fighting outside her premises. They were
    throwing each other against the windows. The perpetrators fled when the
    Response Officers arrived.

TUESDAY 27 JULY 2010:

  • 01:11 The Response Officers caught and arrested two
    suspects that were in possession of a wooden door. A Main Road, Walmer
    resident phoned in and confirmed they are busy with renovations next
    door and that the door might have been stolen from the property.
  • 03:04 A security guard at a Buick Street, Markman Township
    business reported that thieves stole copper piping from the yard.
  • 04:27 A business in Westbourne Road, Central was burgled.
    The suspects forced open the front door, smashed a window and gained
    entry. They made off with R12 000 worth of goods.
  • 05:08 A residence in Vigne Street, Summerstrand was
    burgled. The suspects entered the premises by kicking in the back door
    and forcing open the security gate. While this unfolded, the owner
    locked herself in the bedroom. The suspects made off with a flat screen
    TV, a DVD player and an LCD monitor, but it was all recovered in the
    bushes nearby.
  • 06:59 A business in Fourteenth Avenue, Walmer had an
    attempted burglary. The suspects smashed the wendy house window but no
    entry was gained.
  • 07:11 Two armed suspects stole a gold Toyota Corolla in
    Algoa Park.
  • 11:46 A residence in Bognor Street, Summerstrand was
    burgled. The suspects forced open the bedroom window and kicked in the
    burglar bars. They made off with a flat screen TV.
  • 11:55 A residence in Twelfth Avenue, Walmer had an
    attempted burglary. The suspect stuck a hand through an open window and
    was seen by the owner’s daughter, who screamed. The suspects fled
    empty-handed in a purple vehicle.
  • 12:39 A residence in Richmond Hill Street, Richmond Hill
    was burgled. The suspects forced open the front door and bent the lock
    on the security gate. The client was unsure whether entry was gained.
  • 15:37 A Kemsley Street, Richmond Hill resident reported
    that two young suspects smashed the window of his white Opel Astra.
    They stole a handbag and fled.
  • 15:54 A residence in Newington Road, Central was burgled.
    The owner forgot to lock the door behind her and the suspects entered
    through the unlocked door. They stole a laptop and a bag while the
    owner was in the house.
  • 18:43 The Response Officers attended to a medical emergency
    at a residence in Richmond Park, Central. An 85 year old resident
    collapsed in the yard. The Officers stabilised her and the owner
    confirmed that they would transport the woman to hospital.
  • 23:16 A business in Davies Street, Sidwell had an attempted
    burglary. The suspects broke a window but no entry was gained.
  • 23:25 Thieves stole from a business in Forest Hill Drive,
    Forest Hill. A taxi stopped in front of the store and while the cashier
    was busy, some of the taxi occupants walked out with goods without
    paying.

WEDNESDAY 28 JULY 2010:

  • 01:20 A business in Clyde Street, Central was burgled. The
    suspects smashed a window and gained entry. According to the CCTV
    recording, the suspects stole an LCD screen and fled.
  • 02:37 A business in Beethoven Drive, Walmer was burgled.
    The suspects forced open the back door and gained entry. They made off
    with a plasma screen TV.

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Zareba Bed & Breakfast and Self Cater Garden Cottage

Zareba Bed and Breakfast is nestled away within the charming suburb of Richmond Hill in the historical and quaint heart of Port Elizabeth. Richmond Hill has retained much of the atmosphere of the old days. The guest house is in close proximity to the central business district and the freeway system  as well as restaurants, up-market coffee shops, historical monuments, parks, shopping and hospitals.  It is only a short drive from Port Elizabeth airport, Greenacres and The Bridge shopping centres and the Newton Park business district.  All manner of sports and entertainment amenities are within either walking distance or a short drive.  … [Book here...]

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