28 FEBRUARY 2018 WEDNESDAY
06:07 NEWTON PARK. A residence in Pickering Street reported a medical; A 93 year old male passed away of natural causes on site. The funeral parlor was on their way to pick up the body.
08:35 COTSWOLD. A business in Cape Road was burgled; the suspects entered from the back of the premises. They got onto the roof and removed the tiles and then got into the ceiling and removed the trap door leading into the office. Suspects ripped the alarm panel. Suspects tried to open an inter-leading door that lead into the pharmacy. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. Two suspects were arrested in the yard. SAPS stood down and the suspects were detained.
09:40 NORTH END. A business in Govan Mbeki Avenue was burgled; the suspects went down the alley way to the bathroom window. They broke the window and entered the premises. Suspects crawled on the floor until they reached one of the vehicles. Suspects opened the vehicle and took a diagnostic tester, speaker and tools. The suspects then proceeded to another vehicle where they also took tools out of the vehicle. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
09:41 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A business in Buffelsfontein Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects went into the room where the petrol attendants were and scratched in two bags. Suspect took a cell-phone out of the one bag. Suspect fled into the bush.
09:57 NEWTON PARK. A business in Third Avenue reported an attempted burglary; the suspects broke the toilet window and the kitchen window. They tried to unscrew the burglar bars but did not succeed.
20:43 KORSTEN. A business in Cyrus Street was burgled; the owner has a staff member that stays on site. Staff members mentioned that two male suspects with a blue golf entered the premises; one was armed with a firearm. Suspects took a computer, plasma TV and a cell-phone. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.

27 FEBRUARY 2018 TUESDAY
01:40 WALMER. A business in Heugh Road reported an armed robbery; the suspects came from the location side. They pretended that they were going to buy pies. Suspects pulled out a 9mm firearm and held the cashier up and took all the money out of the till. Suspects fled the scene with cash and two pies. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
04:06 NORTH END. A business in Slater Street was burgled; the suspect got onto the roof and made a hole in the upstairs office roof. Suspect took a printer and a LCD monitor. Response apprehended the suspect and retrieved the stolen items and handed it over to SAPS.
08:13 LITTLE CHELSEA. A business in Altona Road reported a burglary; the owners’ mom confirmed that there was a break in at the premises on Saturday. Suspects broke the small window at the bathroom and entered through the big bathroom window. She can see a TV, two laptops, docking station, play station and a safe that contained a firearm missing at this stage.
11:39 SOUTH END. A residence in Karmin Drive reported a positive theft incident; the owner was working in one of the bedrooms when the suspects managed to get over the wall. One of the windows was open and the suspects pulled items through the window using a mop. The suspects pulled out an Ipad and a pair of shoes. SAPS stood down.
12:02 NEWTON PARK. A business in Worraker Street reported a medical; an employee who was 39 years of age was suffering from chest pains. Gardmed stood down and transported the patient to hospital.
12:16 GREENBUSHES. A residence in Old Cape Road reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that there were two unknown males on the premises. The owner shouted at them and they ran away. SAPS stood down.
12:22 CHARLO. A residence in Timothy Avenue was burgled; the suspects forced the sliding door open on the left hand side of the main house. Suspects entered the flatlet and took a 18 speed Mongoose Mountain bike and one Xbox gaming console.

26 FEBRUARY 2018 MONDAY
00:18 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Winchester Way reported a trespassing incident; four male suspects entered the complex but ran away because one of the residents saw them and pressed the panic.
00:55 PERSEVERANCE. A business in Makepeace Crescent was burgled; the suspects made a hole in the wall and climbed onto the roof. Response recovered one computer tower and cash register on the roof. The owner can see one computer screen and one computer tower missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
01:06 NEWTON PARK. A business in Fourth Avenue reported an attempted burglary; the suspects threw a rock through the window and broke the window on the left hand side. Suspects also broke the window by the front door. No entry was gained into the premises. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
01:41 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Erasmus Drive was burgled; the suspects jumped the fence at the back and kicked in the door of the flatlet where the owner was sleeping. Suspects stole her laptop. SAPS stood down and a case was opened.
03:11 CENTRAL. A residence in Cuyler Crescent was burgled; the suspects broke the window and entered the premises. The owner can see power tools missing at this stage.
04:16 UITENHAGE. A business in Kruisrivier Road was burgled; the window was open but the glass was lying on the outside. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
04:23 PERSEVERANCE. A business in Makepeace Crescent was burgled; four suspects jumped over the gate and went to the empty container. Suspects broke the window and entered, suspects also made two holes in the paint shop. The security guard can’t say what is missing at this stage.
04:35 WALMER. A business in Heugh Road reported a burglary; the suspects broke the window on the far left hand side and kicked in the burglar bars. The owner can see a camera and other small items missing at this stage.
20:19 SUNRIDGE PARK. A business in Hawthorne Avenue reported a positive theft incident; the suspects lifted the gate and broke into two vehicles by two different units. The owner opened a case with SAPS.

25 FEBRUARY 2018 SUNDAY
02:21 PERSEVERANCE. A business in Kurland Road reported an attempted theft incident; the suspects removed one brick from the right hand side back wall and crawled under the electric fence to enter the yard. Suspects attempted to steal a six pack of clover milk. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
02:25 BLUEWATER BAY. A residence in Zephyr Close was burgled; the suspect jumped over the fence at the back of the premises. The suspect went into the bedroom where the owner saw him and hit him. The suspect ran away. SAPS stood down.
03:38 CENTRAL. A residence in Upperhill Street was burgled; the suspects entered by breaking the front right hand side window and bent the burglar bars. The owner can see a DVD player, laptop and a plasma TV missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
11:05 NEW BRIGHTON. A business in Sheya Kulati Street reported a positive theft incident; the CCTV operator saw two suspects taking two bottles of sky vodka. The security officer saw that the one suspects had a gun. Suspects climbed into a taxi and left. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
12:44 UITENHAGE. A business in Pasteur Road was burgled; the suspects made a hole at the back of the premises. The suspects proceeded to the outside warehouse and forced the locks open and entered. The owner viewed the CCTV footage and saw the suspects stole a bag/drum. SAPS stood down, no case was opened.
20:17 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Serissa Avenue was burgled; the suspects cut the driveway gate lock and entered with their vehicle. Suspect broke the sons’ bathroom window and removed the security gate. The suspects entered and went to the other room. The owner can see a 9mm Taurus and a revolver missing. The suspects also took an Ipad, two laptops, jewellery, a TV and other small items. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.

24 FEBRUARY 2018 SATURDAY
01:37 GREENBUSHES. A business in Old Cape Road was burgled; the suspects gained entry by kicking in the front door. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. Suspects also pulled the plug off the electric gate. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
03:15 UITENHAGE. A business in Schonland Street reported an attempted burglary; three suspects entered the premises with a dog and broke the second window on the left of the front door. Suspects stole the battery from the water truck by the factory.
04:03 SYDENHAM. A business in Neil Boss Street was burgled; the suspects broke the window and bent the burglar bars. Suspects entered by the staff locker room. Two lockers were open. As per the owner there is no loss, will only be able to check at a later stage.
08:10 NEWTON PARK. A business in Sixth Avenue reported a positive theft incident; the suspects lifted the right hand side gate off the railing and stripped the motor. Suspects also broke into a VW caddy van that was on site, and took the radio and the battery. Suspects also ripped the CCTV cameras off. The owner and response checked the footage but could not see anything. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
08:54 SIDWELL. A business in Hart Street was burgled; the suspects broke the window on the right hand side and entered. The suspects crawled around the workshop. The owner can see a bottle of alcohol missing and some tools at this stage.
07:39 SIDWELL. A business in Hart Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects broke two windows. No entry was gained.
12:21 DEAL PARTY. A business in Darby Road reported an arrest; the back door was not locked. The suspect opened the door and walked in. As per the owner there is no loss to the premises. SAPS stood down and took the suspect away. No case was opened.
14:36 SCHOENMAKERSKOP. An arrest was reported in Marine Drive; a suspect stole a bronze Toyota. Response reported that the suspect was driving reckless along the Marine and he pulled him over. The suspect was under the influence and he confirmed that he stole the vehicle. SAPS stood down and arrested the suspect. The vehicle was taken to the Police Station.
20:57 UITENHAGE. A residence in Lily Street reported a burglary; the suspects gained entry on the right hand side by the bathroom window that was open. Suspects forced the burglar bars open. They made a hole in the bathroom ceiling and entered the roof and followed the wires of the alarm and ripped out the alarm. The owner can see a 50″ LG TV, laptop and a 2TB hard drive missing at this stage. Suspects took off the dining room burglar bars window to exit. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
21:33 SUMMERSTRAND. A business in Strandfontein Road reported that response arrested a suspect jumping over the fence. SAPS stood down and arrested the suspect but let him go because they could not find anything on him.
22:26 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Crane Road reported a medical; the owner was not feeling well. Gardmed stood down and transported the resident to hospital.
22:56 NEAVE INDUSTRIAL. A business in Bedford Road reported a burglary; the suspects went to the back of the premises and cut a hole above the fence and entered the yard. The suspects went into the office and cut the wires of the alarm. They scratched around in the draws.
14:36 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Bognor Street reported a medical; the owner is 82 years of age He was not feeling well. The owner refused to go to hospital.

23 FEBRUARY 2018 FRIDAY
00:27 PERSEVERANCE. A business in Kohler Street reported a positive theft incident; three suspects gained entry from a broken asbestos wall and over the electric fence. Suspects stole two rims, the owner is not sure of the value. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
09:46 CHARLO. A residence in Benno Road reported a burglary; the suspects broke the window and used wooden poles to force the security gate open. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
12:16 LINTON GRANGE. A business in Cape Road reported a positive theft incident; a lady’s’ bag was stolen.
20:32 NEWTON PARK. A business in Alexander Road reported a positive theft incident; two male suspects were at the gate and they had knives. The suspects took the school keys. SAPS stood down.
20:36 CENTRAL. A business in Havelock Street reported a vandalism incident; the suspects broke the window on the left hand side of the front door. PG glass stood down and repaired the window. The owner confirmed that she will open a case on Monday.

22 FEBRUARY 2018 THURSDAY
00:30 WALMER. A trespassing incident was reported in Ninth Avenue; the response jumped the fence and when he approached the suspect and questioned him he ran away. Response could not find anyone on site.
05:00 NORTH END. A business in Govan Mbeki Avenue reported a burglary; the suspects broke in at a non atlas client by making two holes in the roof and took a TV. When the suspects fled the scene they used the business next doors roof. The suspects left the TV behind and fled the scene.
07:03 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Miller Street was burgled; the suspects entered by the back of the premises using the kitchen window. The owner confirmed that she thinks the suspects knew the premises as they knew exactly where everything was and the dogs did not even bark.
07:10 CENTRAL. A residence in Campbell Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects attempted to gain entry through the front door by forcing the security gate open and damaged the wooden door. No entry was gained. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and a case was opened.
07:52 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Solomon Street reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that one of the students’ bikes was stolen but she is not on site at the moment.
07:18 CENTRAL. A business in Albany Road was burgled; the suspects first attempted to gain entry by the ladies bathroom. They then went to the kitchen window where they removed the burglar bars. The owner can see an urn and kettle missing at this stage. The owner was standing by for SAPS.
08:21 LORRAINE. A burglary was reported in Carlas Creek; the suspects forced the back window open and removed the burglar bars and entered the premises. Suspects only got away with the owners TV decoder, no further loss.
08:55 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A theft was reported in Prestwick Crescent; the owners’ vehicle was parked in the yard. The suspects jumped over the wall and broke the front window and opened the door. Suspects stole the radio and two speakers. Further no loss to the car.
08:30 PERRIDGEVALE. A business in Norvic Drive reported a medical; the security guard was having a fit. Gardmed stood down and transported him to hospital.
10:18 CENTRAL. A business in Strand Street reported an attempted theft incident; the suspect came from another store where they tried to steal a jean. The suspect then entered the store and tried to steal a jacket. Response arrested the suspect. SAPS stood down.
11:09 WALMER. A residence in Community Road reported a trespassing incident; the incident happened at another premises across the road. The suspect let the dogs out and jumped the wall. Response checked right around could not find the suspect or see anything.
12:15 COTSWOLD. A residence in Notgrove Avenue was burgled; the owner confirmed that there was a break in at the premises. Suspects unhooked the bedroom window and removed the burglar bars. Suspects hid the burglar bars under the bed. The owner only noticed the break in by bedtime when they noticed the computer candle light was missing.
13:35 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admiralty Way reported a medical; the resident is 82 years of age. She fell and hurt her leg, hip, neck and head. Gardmed stood down and is taking her to hospital.
01:59 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Gomery Avenue was burgled; the suspects went to the electricity box and switched off the power and cut the wires. Suspects forced the window open at the dining room area. Owner of the premises is overseas, so the owners’ daughter cannot confirm if anything missing at this stage. Response reported that the safe had been taken off the wall. SAPS stood down.
21:00 SUMMERSTRAND. A business in Scareborough Street reported a theft incident; one of the clients’ vehicles was stolen, registration number DFS 711 EC. SAPS stood down and took down all the information.
21:33 GREENBUSHES. A residence in Gedultsrivier reported a vandalism incident; response reported that no entry was gained. Suspects cut a hole in the fence and also a hole in the zinc plates on top of the chicken cages as they wanted to steal the chickens.

21 FEBRUARY 2018 WEDNESDAY
04:39 KEMSLEY PARK. A business in Lennox Street reported a burglary; suspects cut the lock off the sliding door latch. The owner confirmed that he can see electric tools missing but cannot confirm all that is missing at this stage.
06:02 SUNRIDGE PARK. A residence in Clarkia Avenue reported a theft incident; the owners’ friend parked his motorbike. The suspects unscrewed the bracket that holds the gate – suspects then pushed the gate open and stole the bike.
06:20 MOUNT CROIX. A residence in Bayview Avenue reported an attempted theft incident; the suspects gained entry over the electric fencing. The suspects went onto the porch and took a mountain bicycle and went to the pool are. Someone that was passing by saw the suspects and called the owner. The suspects ran away. SAPS stood down, no case was opened.
09:48 UITENHAGE. A business in Caledon Street reported a theft; two days ago a petrol attendant caught two suspects stealing aluminium rods. The petrol attendant saw them again on the premises and he informed the manager and he pressed the panic. Response arrived on site and the owner showed response which way the suspects had walked. Response caught the suspects with the identification given to him. SAPS arrived and took them away.
10:00 UITENHAGE. A residence in Graaff Reinet Road reported an armed robbery; two male suspects entered the shop. They were both armed with a firearm. The suspects demanded money. The owner confirmed that the suspects took an undisclosed amount of money, cell-phones and a DVR recorder. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
12:06 OVERBAAKENS. A residence in Chavanti Crescent reported an attempted burglary; response reported that when he arrived on site the window was off the hook and was open. Response hooked the window back and left it open. The owner phoned in and confirmed he went to check, no entry was gained and nothing is missing. He confirmed the suspects must have tried to gain entry but when the alarm activated they ran away.
12:22 KAMMA PARK. A residence in Paulus Street was burgled; the suspects got over the wall and wrapped the outside plasma TV in a blanket and left it on the wooden table by the braai. Suspects also forced the inside entertainment area door open and grabbed a laptop bag. The owner confirmed that the suspects must have been disturbed and left both the TV and the bag behind.
13:56 DESPATCH. A residence in Martin Street reported a trespassing incident; there were two suspects in the yard but ran towards the bush side. The owner and the response did an internal check. The owner closed all windows and armed the alarm again.
19:21 UITENHAGE. A business in Caledon Street reported a vandalism incident; response confirmed that the back camera wire had been cut. The owner confirmed that she will have It replaced in the morning.

20 FEBRUARY 2018 TUESDAY
07:57 HUMEWOOD EXTENSION. A residence in Woodhead Drive reported a medical; one of the residents fell last night and hurt his leg. Gardmed stood down and transported him to hospital.
10:12 SHERWOOD. A residence in Norfolk Street reported a burglary; the suspects removed the burglar bars and entered. When the alarm went off the suspect ran away. Response and the neighbour caught one suspect. The owner can see jewellery missing at this stage. A case was opened with SAPS.
10:51 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Bognor Street reported a medical; one of the residents confirmed that he was not feeling well and was transported to hospital by Gardmed.
14:30 KORSTEN. A business in Perl Road reported an attempted armed robbery; the suspects gun pointed one of the staff members and when the owner came out the suspects ran away. The owner opened a case with SAPS.
15:00 LORRAINE. A positive theft incident was reported in Verdun Road; the owner confirmed that the suspects broke into her vehicle in the parking lot.
16:00 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Crane Road reported a medical; one of the residents was not feeling well. Her blood pressure was very high. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
17:25 CLAREDON MARINE. A residence in Chen Street reported a medical; the owners’ wife was not feeling well and was very confused. The owner confirmed that he will take his wife to the hospital.
20:24 MILL PARK. A business in Cape Road reported an arrest; the suspect stole 2 boxes of grandpas from the shop. Response arrested the suspect. The owner opened a case with SAPS.
23:42 ALGOA PARK. A residence in Whyteleaf Drive reported a trespassing incident; the suspects tried to break in at the premises. No break in on site.

19 FEBRUARY 2018 MONDAY
01:16 NEWTON PARK. A residence in Sixth Avenue reported a trespassing incident; response reported that he checked the premises and he caught a suspect at the back of the premises. SAPS stood down and took the suspect out of the area.
04:57 CENTRAL. A business in Goven Mbeki Avenue was burgled; the suspects broke the show room window on the right hand side of the entrance door. The owner can see a Sony plasma TV missing at this stage. Suspects also threw a TV and a cupboard, the TV is damaged. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
07:46 SIDWELL. A business in Kempston Road reported a positive theft incident; two male suspects in a silver Honda ballade climbed over the palisade and electric fence on the left hand side of the entrance gate. Suspects stole two forklift batteries. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
07:56 NORTH END. A business in Slater Street was burgled; the suspects managed to get onto the roof and break the asbestos roof sheeting of the warehouse. The suspects used a grinder to open the storeroom door. Two safes, two laptops, one computer, a flat screen TV and two computer towers are reported missing. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
09:07 PARSONS HILL. A residence in Pretorius Street was burgled; the suspects got over the wall into the yard and cut the lock off the security gate. Suspects then got into the courtyard and opened the pedestrian gate. They removed the bathroom window and gained entry. Suspects used a single bed mattress to shield themselves from the PIR. Suspects opened the cupboard and used a grinder to cut open the safe.
10:10 MANGOLD PARK. A residence in Lonsdale Road reported a medical; one of the workers was found under a desk. SAPS stood down and transported the owner to hospital.
12:36 SYDENHAM. A business in Sydenham Road reported an armed robbery; the suspects entered the store. All of them were armed. They took all the money out of the cash registers. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
12:56 LORRAINE. An arrest was reported in Dijon Road; multiple subscribers called in and reported a suspicious male walking in and out of yards. Our response officer caught the suspect and handed him over the SAPS after he was identified by one of the owners.
17:44 FERNGLEN. An assault was reported in Glendale Avenue; there was a male on site who demanded money and alcohol. He was under the influence. When response arrived he tried stabbing the officer and threw his beer bottle at the vehicle. This broke the rear window; he also jumped into the vehicle and threw the tom tom into the street. SAPS stood down and arrested the male.
22:06 SHERWOOD. A trespassing was reported at a non-Atlas client in Hampshire Street; the owner confirmed that someone was in the yard and when she put the light on the suspect jumped back over the wall.

18 FEBRUARY 2018 SUNDAY
01:33 UITENHAGE. A positive theft incident was reported in John Avenue; the suspects took two wheels off a white golf. Suspects took the two wheels to the bush and then came back to remove the other two. SAPS stood down and retrieved the two wheels in the bush. Suspects ran and jumped the fence.
02:07 CENTRAL. A residence in Glen Street reported an attempted burglary; the owner called in and reported that there were suspects that tried to break into the premises. SAPS arrived on site and took over the scene.
06:38 WALMER. A business in Main Road was burgled; the suspects broke the left hand side office window and cut the burglar bars with a bolt cutter. Suspects took a laptop, external hard drive and the safe.
10:07 WEYBRIDGE PARK. A residence in Woodlands Avenue was burgled; the suspects forced the study window open and kicked in the burglar bars. The owner confirmed that he cannot see anything missing at this stage.
11:06 UITENHAGE. A business in Magennis reported a trespassing incident; the suspects gained entry by bending the fence. Two male suspects aged between 15 and 16. The owner can see no loss to premises.
12:41 STA00110 Mr Stallenberg 10a Aspen Road FAIRVIEW BRG Attempted Break in Response reported that he met up with the tetant on site.Suspects bent the palliside fence and forced open the lounge and bedroom window.No entry was gained into the premises.
13:22 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Frykenhuis Street was burgled; the suspects removed the bottom window and gained entry into the main bedroom. Suspects ransacked the bedroom and broke the safe open. The owner can see a revolver, ammunition, jewellery, currency from overseas, binoculars and two I-phones missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and opened a case.
13:27 UITENHAGE. A residence in Tecoma Drive was burgled; the suspects gained entry via the roof by removing the tiles and making a hole in the ceiling. The suspects ransacked the entire house. SAPS stood down and a case was opened.
14:21 KORSTEN. A business in Perl Road was burgled; the suspects broke the left hand side top window. The owner can see wires missing.
18:34 PROVIDENTIA. A residence in Olga Avenue reported an attempted burglary; the suspects tried to force the one sliding door open but did not succeed. The suspects forced another sliding door open and the alarm activated. No loss to the premises.
19:58 RICHMOND HILL. A residence in Edward Street reported an attempted theft incident; the owner was inside the premises when she heard her car start. She looked through the window and saw two male suspects inside her car. The owner pressed the panic and the suspects ran away.
21:03 GREENBUSHES. A business in Cape Road reported an armed robbery; the owner was outside in the parking lot when someone gun pointed him and took his cell-phone. The owner screamed and the person ran away.

17 FEBRUARY 2018 SATURDAY
01:45 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Bulbring Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects tried to remove the bathroom window. Suspects gained no entry into the premises.
01:44 UITENHAGE. A business in Canon Street was burgled; the suspects removed one window with no burglar bars. Suspects entered at the back right hand side door. The door was closed but not locked. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
03:07 SIDWELL. A business in Hart Street reported a trespassing incident; SAPS forced the suspects to jump over the palisade fence. SAPS found drugs on one of the guys. SAPS arrested both the guys.
03:36 NORTH END. A business in Barrack Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects cut off the lock on the outside safety gate. The suspects then tried to break off the second lock but did not succeed. No entry was gained and no loss to the premises. SAPS stood down.
04:51 CENTRAL. A business in Westbourne Road reported a vandalism incident; a vagrant that was under the influence hit against the door. SAPS stood down.
06:53 CENTRAL. A residence in Newington Road reported a house robbery; the owner confirmed that they were asleep when the suspects opened the bottom lounge window and kicked in the burglar bars. Suspects took an Iphone 6 and a printer from the lounge. One of the suspects threatened the gentleman lying on the couch with a knife, demanding him to open the front door and the security gate. Suspects fled the scene in a white Toyota Quantum, with no number plate. No injuries on site. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
10:24 WALMER. A business in Main Road reported a medical; the owner confirmed that one of his employees had chest pains and his nose was bleeding. Gardmed stood down and transported the patient to hospital.
19:24 STRUANDALE. A business in Kwaford Road reported a trespassing incident; three male suspects entered the yard. The suspects jumped the fence to run away, response tried to chase the suspects. SAPS stood down.
19:37 UITENHAGE. A business in Magennis reported a trespassing incident; two suspects entered the premises and tried to remove a radiator and saw the security guards and ran away.

16 FEBRUARY 2018 FRIDAY
03:57 DESPATCH. A business in Tulbach Street was burgled; the suspects forced the side window open and broke the burglar bars. Suspects tried to take a microwave and TV that was standing on a table, but did not succeed. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
04:06 SIDWELL. A residence in Davies Street reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that he saw someone through the window fiddle with the door handle of the sliding door.
06:40 OVERBAAKENS. A residence in Pine Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects stole two weed eaters from the garage. The owner is busy with alterations and the garage was not closed.
08:40 SIDWELL. A business in Hoch Street reported a burglary; the suspects broke the window by the reception area. Suspects then bent the sheeting at the back of the premises and gained entry.
10:44 KORSTEN. An armed robbery was reported at a business in Korsten; response reported that the owner had a bag with an undisclosed amount of money on him. Two male suspects approached him and both were armed. The one suspect was sitting in a silver polo JBC 844 EC. The suspects grabbed the bag and fled the scene in the polo.
11:53 GREENBUSHES. A residence in Old Cape Road was burgled; the suspects forced the bedroom window open and kicked in the burglar bars. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
12:54 DEAL PARTY. A business in Murdoch Street reported a vandalism incident; the owner confirmed that it was an old hole that they filled up and that they broke it again. SAPS stood down.
14:32 NJOLI. A business in Veke Street reported an armed robbery; five male suspects entered the shop. Three of the males where armed. The suspects got away with a Sony cell-phone, four shield car cleaning kits, one 5litre oil and cash. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
16:04 NEWTON PARK. An arrest was reported in Alexander Road; response reported that he arrested a suspect. The suspect had a wheel barrow, hacksaw, wheel spanners, long nose pliers and a bag full of extension cords. SAPS stood down and arrested the suspect and took him to the police station.

15 FEBRUARY 2018 THURSDAY
01:16 UITENHAGE . A business in Schonland Street reported a trespassing incident; the suspects made a bridge with wooden planks and pallets. The owner checked the CCTV footage and it shows two male suspects getting over the fence and when the alarm activated the suspects left. The dog unit stood down no case was opened.
02:03 DESPATCH. A trespassing incident was reported; response reported that when he arrived on site he found the suspect in the male toilets. Response apprehended the suspects. The bathroom door was not locked. SAPS stood down and gave the suspect a stern warning and released him.
07:33 NEWTON PARK. A business in Newton Street was burgled; the suspects ripped the alarm panel out. Suspects climbed into the premises and took an undisclosed amount of jewellery. SAPS stood down.
09:01 KABEGA PARK. A business in Great West Way was burgled; the suspects broke into the wendy house. As per the owner no loss to the premises. SAPS stood down.
10:40 MARKMAN TOWNSHIP. A business in Chevrolet Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects broke the electric fence. Suspects went around the premises and broke two windows. No entry was gained. No case was opened.
14:12 KWADWESI. A positive theft incident was reported; response reported that he met up with the owner who confirmed that suspects stole sweets. SAPS stood down.
17:27 ALGOA PARK. A business in Kamdebo Street reported a medical; the owner called regarding her mom that has high blood pressure and her left arm was numb.
20:40 SYDENHAM. An armed robbery was reported in Pyott Street; four male suspects with firearms confronted the owner and threatened to shoot him. The owner went back to open the safe and the suspects emptied the safe of an undisclosed amount of money. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
23:26 SIDWELL. A business in Rintoul Street was burgled; the suspects kicked open the door by the back training centre and the security gate was not locked. The owner can see a few cases of cooldrink missing at this stage.
23:41 UITENHAGE. A business in Bell Street reported a burglary; response reported that when he stood down he saw the zinc plate by the store room had a big hole in it. The owner said he will do stock take.
23:57 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Bulbring Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects jumped over the fence and went to the dining room window on the right hand side of the front door. The owner can see a laptop missing that was on the table.

14 FEBRUARY 2018 WEDNESDAY
01:57 MIRAMAR. A residence in Hockley Street was burgled; the suspects forced the wooden door by the out building open. The owner can see an old cell-phone missing at this stage.
06:26 SIDWELL. A business in Rundle Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects bent the front right hand side window burglar bars and damaged the window in the process. No entry was gained. SAPS stood down.
14:08 WESTERING. A residence in Neville Street reported a positive theft incident; the suspects removed the owners’ vehicle windscreen and also cut the wires to the engine. The owner confirmed that there are pipes missing.
14:39 GREENBUSHES. A residence in Old Cape Road was burgled; the suspects entered using an open bathroom window with no burglar bars. The owner can see a Samsung Galaxy tablet and a flat screen TV missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
18:32 PROVIDENTIA. A residence in Marcia Way reported a medical; the owner of the premises was not feeling well due to tablets. An ambulance service stood down and transported her to hospital.

13 FEBRUARY 2018 TUESDAY
03:38 BROADWOOD. A residence in Constance Road was burgled; the back door was forced open. The owner confirmed that they heard footsteps and they then pressed the panic. Suspects stole three flat screens TV’s, one laptop, two tablets and one old hi-fi system. Suspects got away. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
08:28 DESPATCH. A non-atlas subscriber reported a medical in Main Road; an elderly lady fell to the ground. Response reported that he started CPR on the elderly lady. Gardmed stood down and declared the lady deceased. SAPS stood down.
09:07 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Wentworth Street reported a medical; the owners’ wife was not feeling well. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
16:25 ALGOA PARK. A residence in Ysterhour Street reported a medical; the owners’ 11 month old daughter passed out. Gardmed stood down and transported them to hospital.
20:53 NEWTON PARK. A business in Cape Road reported a positive theft incident; response reported that a vehicle filled up and left without paying. Owner will sort out in the morning.
21:41 ROWALLAN PARK. A business in Greenock Street reported an armed robbery; response reported that he arrived on site and that SAPS already took over the scene. All information response could receive is the three male suspects armed with firearms robbed the shop.

12 FEBRUARY 2018 MONDAY
01:30 CENTRAL. A residence in How Avenue was burgled; the suspects broke into a Toyota Hilux. The owner can see a blanket missing at this stage. The owner opened a case with SAPS.
07:05 SOUTH END. A non-atlas subscriber reported a vandalism incident; the suspects broke into the owners’ Nissan bakkie and broke the left hand side front window.
08:19 ST GEORGES STRAND. A business in Wells Estate Street reported an armed robbery; a vehicle that transports money was robbed by four males with firearms driving a blue Toyota Corolla. Suspects took an undisclosed amount of money out of his hand. No injuries on site and no shots were fired. SAPS stood down and TRT, they took over the scene.
12:16 STRUANDALE. A business in Kwaford Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects came to the back fence. Suspects gained entry by pushing the bob wire away from the palisade fence and climbed in between the two. Suspects stole the first and second truck batteries.
12:21 SIDWELL. A business in Strang Street reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that no entry was gained into the building. Suspects gained access into on the right hand side of the premises by the silver gate. The suspects damaged the bob wire. The owner can see sensor lights, copper pipes and telephone lines missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
12:37 NORTH END. A business in Taff Street was burgled; the suspects gained entry using the side window. The suspects attempted to steal the welding machines but did not succeed. The owner can see a collet set missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
18:40 DEAL PARTY. A business in Burman Road reported an assault; the security guard was stabbed four times in the back by two suspects. Suspects stole three cell-phones. SAPS stood down. Gardmed stood down and took the security guard to hospital for medical attention.
19:57 WALMER. A residence in Water Road reported a trespassing incident; the owner and the response officer checked the premises. There were suspects on the left hand side of the premises as they could see footprints.
21:41 WALMER. A residence in Water Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects attempted to remove the third bedroom window but no access was gained into the premises. SAPS stood down.
22:20 SYDENHAM. A business in Uitenhage Road reported an attempted theft incident; the suspect tried to steal a car battery but when he saw the security guard he ran away.
23:05 WEYBRIDGE PARK. A residence in Karena Street reported a medical; the owner is 36 years of age and is on medication for a chronic condition. An ambulance service stood down and transported him to hospital.
23:39 NEWTON PARK. A business in Fourth Avenue was burgled; the suspects forced the security gate open and removed the back door panels. The owner can see a rear projector missing from the boardroom. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.

11 FEBRUARY 2018 SUNDAY
01:24 CENTRAL. A residence in Georges Street reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that there were two suspects on his roof, one with dark clothing and a white hat and the other brown clothing. Response caught one of the suspects matching the description, but the suspect says he is innocent. SAPS stood down and took over the case.
02:05 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Arkhon Street was burgled; the suspects forced the lounge window open and removed the glass panel. The suspects took a laptop and a 15 inch plasma TV.
02:11 WALMER. A residence in Villiers Road was burgled; the suspects forced four windows open at the back of the premises with no burglar bars. The owner was not available for an internal check. The Locksmith opened for the armed response. Suspects ransacked the house. SAPS stood down but withdrew from site due to the owner being away. The locksmith locked the house.
05:00 GREENBUSHES. A business in Old Seaview Road was burgled; the suspects forced the store room door open. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. The owner confirmed that he will have to do stock take to determine loss.
05:37 RICHMOND HILL. A business in Irvine Street reported an assault; response reported that five male suspects beat up another male. SAPS stood down and took over the scene.
12:06 LOVEMORE HEIGHTS. A residence in Stockton Street reported a positive theft incident; the suspects broke the right hand side window driver’s doors. The owner confirmed that the radio was ripped out. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
12:17 COTSWOLD EXTENSION. A non-Atlas subscriber reported a burglary in Kingfisher Street; the suspects entered the premises by one of the back windows. The owner cannot check what is missing as they cannot enter to check. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case until they can get hold of the tenant.
14:52 CENTRAL. A residence in Hallack Place was burgled; the owner arrived home and found the suspect sleeping in the flatlet. He confirmed that he was hiding from someone. SAPS arrived and took him away.
16:54 WALMER. A business in Main Road reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that two bicycles are missing from site. SAPS stood down.
18:37 SOUTH END. A business in Webber Street reported a medical; someone had overdosed on tablets. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
19:22 YOUNG PARK. A business in Ditchling Street reported a positive theft incident; a male suspect was on the roof and stole copper pipes from the aircon. A resident saw the suspect and took the black bag from the suspect with the stolen items in. Suspect got away. Response gave the copper pipes back to the owner. The owner confirmed that he will open a case in the morning with SAPS.
22:14 WALMER. A business in First Avenue reported an armed robbery; two armed suspects entered the premises and took two rows of cigarettes and money from the till. Suspects fled the scene on foot. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.

10 FEBRUARY 2018 SATURDAY
00:48 WESTERING. A business in Boshoff Street reported an armed robbery; three male suspects armed, entered the shop. Suspects got away with an undisclosed amount of money, cell-phones, cigarettes and redbull. Customers arrived on site when the robbery was in process and the suspects demanded their cell-phones and wallets. Suspects ran till the corner and they got into a silver VW hatchback. The owners’ daughter opened a case with SAPS.
03:10 WALMER . A non-Atlas subscriber reported a house robbery in Church Road; three male suspects gained entry into the premises by the back door. The owner reported that she saw the three suspects standing next to her bed. Suspects got away with money, cell-phones, jewellery and a laptop. SAPS were already on site.
03:21 GREENBUSHES. A business in Old Cape Road was burgled; the suspects cut the electric gate with bolt cutters and kicked in the front door. Suspects took a box of batteries while exiting but dropped the box. They also cut copper wires. SAPS stood down but no case was opened as the owner needs to determine what is missing and the damage to the property.
06:38 HUMEWOOD EXTENSION. A residence in Woodhead Drive reported a medical; one of the residents who are 80 years of age fell during the evening. She was found after she started screaming. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
07:39 SIDWELL. A business in Kempston Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects entered the yard and cut the lock off the gate. No entry was gained into the premises.
09:17 LORRAINE. A residence in Luneville Road reported a positive theft incident; response reported that the owner just wanted to make them aware of people in the area that is stealing motorised gate batteries.
12:43 DESPATCH. A business in Amper Bo Street reported an attempted theft incident; the suspects broke two slabs at the back of the premises and tried to steal two trolleys’. No entry was gained.
14:42 MILL PARK. A residence in Westview Drive was burgled; the suspects forced the front lounge window open and the burglar bars off. The owner can see an Ipad, radio, sunglasses and a watch missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case
15:42 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Galpin Street was burgled; the suspects forced the front door open. The suspects went to the cupboards that had the safe in. The owner can see a 42 inch plasma TV, laptop, jewellery and money from the safe. SAPS stood down and took over the scene.
16:11 KORSTEN. A business in Kempston Road reported an armed robbery; five male suspects were involved. One of the suspects had a 9mm pistol. Two of the suspects entered the store and started an argument when the other two entered to find out why they were arguing. One suspect pulled a gun on the cashier and demanded money, cigarettes and other items which all got thrown into a black bag. Three of the suspects ran toward Kempston Road and the other two towards Mercantile Hospital and got into a taxi. No injuries on site. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
21:18 NEWTON PARK. A business in Fourth Avenue was burgled; the suspects forced the security gate open and broke the panels of the door. Suspects gained entry into the kitchen and made a hole into the inter-leading door. The owner reported that he cannot see anything missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
21:31 DEAL PARTY. A business in Sturrock Street was burgled; the suspects broke the window and pushed in the burglar bars. Suspects tried to take a computer screen but did not succeed. SAPS stood down.

9 FEBRUARY 2018 FRIDAY
01:05 WALMER. A business in Heugh Road reported an armed robbery; the suspects entered the shop and pretended to be customers. The suspects took out a firearm and held all the stuff at gunpoint. Suspects took an undisclosed amount of money and cigarettes. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
00:21 KABEGA PARK . A business in Great West Way was burgled; the suspects forced the security gate open and kicked in the door. The suspects ripped the alarm out. As per the owner nothing is missing on site. SAPS stood down, the owner confirmed that he will open a case in the morning.
00:41 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admirality Way reported a medical; response met with the owner who fell and hit her head on the corner of a wall. She needed stitches; Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
00:42 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Bullbring Street was burgled; the suspect broke the one bedroom window to gain entry. As per the owner she locked herself and the children in the main bedroom. The owner can see an I-pad missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
01:56 SUMMERSTRAND. A non-Atlas subscriber suffered a burglary; the suspects broke the window of the door and tried to gain entry. The owner tried to prevent the suspects from entering by fighting them off with a plank. Suspects managed to pull the owners’ cell-phone and wallet off the kitchen cupboard.
02:23 KORSTEN. A business in Stanford Road reported a trespassing incident; the suspect was in the yard attempting to steal copper. The suspect was wearing Atlas clothing. Response caught the suspect. Response took the Atlas clothing and gave the suspect a warning.
03:23 KABEGA PARK. A business in Mandarin Street reported an assault; five male suspects beat up another male. The suspects drove away in a white Nissan bakkie registration number DCN 202 EC. SAPS stood down.

8 FEBRUARY 2018 THURSDAY
02:47 SEAVIEW. A burglary occurred in Old Seaview Road; the suspects forced the main bedroom door open and gained entry. As per the owner there is no loss. SAPS stood down and took over the scene.
02:22 NEWTON PARK. A business in Worraker Street was burgled; the suspects forced the left hand side garage door open. The owner confirmed that he had to do stock take first to see if there is anything missing. SAPS stood down.
02:36 PARSONS HILL. A school in Conyngham Road was burgled; the suspects broke the window in the last building on the left hand side. The owner and the response looked through the window as they didn’t have keys. They went back home to fetch the keys.
08:04 WALMER. A business in Fordyce Road was burgled; the suspects broke the back office window and pulled the laptop through the window. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
10:01 CHARLO. A residence in Angela Avenue was burgled; the suspects entered the back bedroom window that they broke and kicked in the burglar bars. Suspects ransacked the house. According to the owner there is no loss to the premises. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
10:10 SIDWELL. A business in Commercial Road was burgled; the suspects entered from the back right hand side of the workshop. Suspects used an unknown object to cut the roof sheeting. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
11:50 MILLARD GRANGE. A resident in Eyre Street reported a house robbery; the owner saw two suspects walking passed him but did not take note. When the owner realised the suspects were armed, they already had him at gunpoint. Suspects stole a laptop, camera and various other items. SAPS stood down.
13:27 UITENHAGE. A business in Market Street reported an armed robbery; four Suspects entered the shop and two were armed. They were caught on the CCTV footage. The suspects took three cell-phones. SAPS stood down.
16:12 SYDENHAM. Response confirmed that an armed robbery took place; four males robbed the shop. One firearm was involved. They stole the till but still not certain of the amount. Suspects attempted to rob another shop close by but did not succeed. They shot the security guard on site in the left hand side of his body. The guard was taken to hospital.
19:59 CHARLO. A residence in Angela Avenue was burgled; the suspects smashed the kitchen window and entered. The owner is missing a laptop at this stage as well as a laptop bag and external hard drive. Suspects also drank two bottles of alcohol and left. The alarm was not armed. SAPS stood down.

7 FEBRUARY 2018 WEDNESDAY
07:13 NEWTON PARK. A business in Fourth Avenue was burgled; the suspects broke the back office window next to the back door and kicked in the burglar bars. The owner can see a safe missing that was a display safe and it was empty. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
08:46 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admiralty Way reported a medical; the resident is 87 years of age. She confirmed that she fell last week Monday. She seemed to be a bit confused. Gardmed stood down and transported her to an old age home.
14:24 CHARLO. A residence in Harold Road reported a medical; response reported that when they arrived the sliding door was open. The owner was found lying next to the pool on her stomach with a head wound. She was declared deceased by Gardmed. SAPS stood down and took over the scene and opened a docket as she was terminally ill.
15:49 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Bognor Street reported a medical; the resident is 92 years of age. The owner fainted due to low blood pressure. Gardmed stood down and transported the patient to the doctor.

6 FEBRUARY 2018 TUESDAY
01:18 THEESECOMBE. A residence in Kragga Kamma Road was burgled; the suspects threw a huge tree stump through the double sliding door and entered. Response can see a TV missing at this stage.
01:50 SIDWELL. A business in Cadle Street was burgled; the suspects made a hole in the roof and the office area. Owner can’t see anything missing at this stage.
01:53 SIDWELL. A business in Haupt Street reported a trespassing incident; response confirmed they can see that there was someone in the yard. The owner did not see anything missing.
03:06 SUNRIDGE PARK. A residence in Lily Avenue reported a positive theft incident; the suspects stole the two left hand side vehicle wheels off.
09:37 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admiralty Way reported a medical; the resident was very weak and required assistance. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
10:29 STRUANDALE. A business in Kwaford Road reported a burglary; the owner confirmed that the break in was the night before and the suspects entered by the right hand side corner office. The owner never confirmed that there was any loss on site.
12:09 GREENBUSHES. A residence in Blomme Avenue reported a trespassing incident; the suspects tried to break in by the back door of the cottage next to the main house. Suspects ran off into the bushes. No loss to the premises.
14:39 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admiralty Way reported a medical; the owner is 71 years of age. The resident had been vomiting since last night. Gardmed stood down and transported the patient to hospital.
15:17 COTSWOLD. A residence in Hamerkop Street reported an arrest; a male and female were causing trouble at the premises. Response got information that the suspects were making trouble by a premises in Fernglen and the two suspects were caught by response. SAPS stood down but could not arrested the suspects as they never had enough evidence and no case number as the male is wanted for theft.
16:46 PARSONS RIDGE. A burglary was reported in Bashkir Road; the suspects broke the small window at the living room and the burglar bars were bent in. The owner can see jewellery and a small back pack missing at this stage. SAPS stood down.
19:35 UITENHAGE. A business in Market Street reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that he saw vagrants scratching in bins on site.
23:10 MARKMAN. A business in Ranger Street reported a trespassing incident; the suspect jumped from the back of the building to the inside. Response checked the building no damage and there was no break in on site.
22:18 THEESECOMBE. A residence in Kragga Kamma Road was burgled; the suspects took a tree stump and broke the front door window and entered. Suspects ripped the alarm out. The owner can see a microwave, ceiling light, portable hard drive and an inverter missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case. PG glass stood down and replaced the window.

5 FEBRUARY 2018 MONDAY
00:03 BEACHVIEW. A residence in Seestrand Road reported a house robbery; two males entered using the back sliding door. They then proceeded upstairs where they found the owners and attacked them. The owner can see jewellery and a laptop missing at this stage. Suspects had balaclavas on and were armed with knives. SAPS stood down and took over the scene.
05:09 GREENBUSHES. A residence in Waterkloof Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects smashed a small window and lifted the braai area sliding door. Suspects went to the back door and smashed a window. Suspects did not gain entry. No Loss.
07:56 NORTH END. A business in Swartkops Street reported a positive theft incident; the suspects jumped the wall and stole items out of the vehicles on site.
08:01 LORRAINE. A business in Circular Drive was burgled; the suspects forced the sliding door open. The owner can see a lot of alcohol missing at this stage.
09:48 STRUANDALE. A business in Kwaford Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects cut the fence and stole pallets from the premises.
14:36 ST GEORGES PARK. A residence in How Avenue reported an arrest; the suspect opened the gate and walked to the back of the house. The suspect tried to steal taps. The suspect was arrested.
14:40 KORSTEN. A business in Perl Road was burgled; the suspects removed the roof sheeting on the left hand side. The owner can’t see anything missing at this stage.
17:56 MOUNT CROIX. A residence in Morrison Street reported an attempted theft incident; the owner saw a suspect trying to break into a vehicle. The owner apprehended the suspect.
18:22 SUNRIDGE PARK. A residence in Gazania Avenue reported a medical; the owner went to the yard and felt very dizzy. She fell and hit her head on the floor. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
20:14 COLLEEN GLEN. A residence in Seaview Road reported an armed robbery; the suspects waited for the owner to open the door and then the suspects attacked him. They were armed with a sharp panga. The owner can see jewellery, money, a firearm and cell-phone missing. Case was opened.
20:16 WALMER. A residence in Church Road reported a medical; the owner confirmed a male 38 years old is struggling to breathe. The owner stopped the ambulance in the mean time and is on her way to hospital.
23:38 NEWTON PARK. A business in Cape Road reported an armed robbery; the owner confirmed that two suspects entered the store. They forced two staff members to the back room. Case opened with SAPS.

4 FEBRUARY 2018 SUNDAY
04:09 WALMER. A business in Heugh Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects broke the left hand side office window. No entry was gained and no loss to the premises. PG glass stood down and replaced the window.
06:19 STRUANDALE. A business in Kwaford Road reported a burglary; the suspects made a hole in the roof by the workshop area. The owner can’t see anything missing at this stage. SAPS stood down, no cased was opened.
10:13 CLEARY PARK. A business in Stanford Road reported a positive theft incident; three males entered the premises and stole alcohol from the premises and fled the scene. SAPS stood down.
12:18 NORTH END. A business in Grahamstown Road reported an armed robbery; two of the customers were standing outside the gate waiting for someone to open the gate when a white Polo pulled up and two male suspects got out. One was armed with a firearm and got out the vehicle and stole the customers two plasma TV’s. SAPS stood down, no case was opened.
15:24 HUMEWOOD EXTENSION. A residence in Woodhead Drive reported a medical; one of the residents is 61 years of age and was struggling to breathe. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
15:00 HUMEWOOD EXTENSION. A residence in Woodhead Drive reported a medical; one of the residents was not feeling well and had a lot of pain. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
15:45 NEWTON PARK. A business in Fourth Avenue reported an attempted burglary; the suspects forced the window open with a stick. No entry gained.
17:31 COTSWOLD. A business in Compton Road was burgled; the neighbour met up with response and said he heard a noise from the next door premises. The suspect ran away.
18:42 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admirality Way reported a medical; the resident is 71 years of age and she has blood pressure problems. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
21:52 WESTERING. A business in Boshoff Street reported an armed robbery; two male suspects entered the shop. One of the suspects had a firearm. They demanded the cash from the tills and ran off. SAPS arrived on the scene.

3 FEBRUARY 2018 SATURDAY
05:44 MILL PARK. A residence in Ridgewood Close was burgled; when the owner woke up she saw the balcony door had been forced open. The alarm was not armed. The owner is missing a curve plasma TV.
06:03 UITENHAGE. A positive theft incident was reported in Aalwyn Drive; the suspects stole the owners’ Nissan 1400. It was parked in front of the yard. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
14:43 LOVEMORE PARK. A residence in Ebony Road was burgled; the suspects forced the security gate open and kicked the front door open. The keyholder confirmed that two plasma TV’s are missing at this stage. SAPS stood down.
18:07 WALMER. A residence in Hillbrow Place was burgled; the suspects forced the pedestrian gate open and proceeded to the drive way gate where they broke the gate motor. The suspects managed to force the sliding door open in the bar area. They got away with two plasma TV’s and the suspects found the two safes in the room cupboard. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
19:29 COTSWOLD. A business in Highfield Road reported a positive theft incident; the security guard confirmed that he got robbed of his firearm. He confirmed that it was one of the tenants on site. SAPS arrived and took over the scene.
22:22 GREENBUSHES. A residence in Old Cape Road reported a trespassing incident; the suspects cut the fence. The owner fired six shots and the suspects ran away.
22:23 MILL PARK. A burglary was reported in Bennett Street; the suspects cut the electrical fence on the rail way line side then crawled under the fence and proceeded to the workshop. Suspects broke the lock off on the workshop door and gained entry.Client can see grinders,sockets,ladder and lots of tools missing at this stage.SAPS stood down and client opened a case.
22:32 MILL PARK. A business in Cape Road was burgled; the suspects forced the sliding door open and kicked in one of the office doors. The owner is not sure what is missing at this stage. SAPS stood down.
23:38 WALMER. A business in Sixth Avenue reported a vandalism incident; someone was looking for the owners’ son. When the owner advised him that his son is not present he started throwing rocks at the windows. SAPS stood down and a case was opened of damage to property. Suspect was taken to Walmer Police Station.
02:36 DESPATCH. A school in Ambero Street Heuwelkruin reported a trespassing incident; two underage boys got the roller door open. They were inside the garage smoking when response found them. SAPS took them to their homes.

2 FEBRUARY 2018 FRIDAY
00:33 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Villiers Road reported a medical; the resident who is 75 years of age. The owner was short of breath and was struggling to breath. Gardmed stood down and client was given oxygen. The owner was stable.
02:57 UITENHAGE. A residence in Cedar Avenue reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that the window was removed. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
03:48 COTSWOLD. A business in Highfield Road reported an armed robbery; three male suspects stole the security guards wallet and personal belongings. Security guard will open a case with SAPS.
05:28 NORTH END. A business in North Street reported a positive theft incident; the security guard broke into three vehicles in Quick Street. A member of the public confronted the security guard and the security guard then pressed the panic button. SAPS stood down and arrested the security guard for theft. The security guards boss stood down and confirmed that he will deal with the security on site.
10:44 CHARLO. A burglary was reported in Margery Avenue; the suspects forced the right hand side window open and kicked the burglar bars in. The owner is missing a plasma TV. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
11:26 LINTON GRANGE. An armed robbery was reported in Shamrock Street; a member of the public saw a suspicious vehicle and when he drove past he saw that three suspects had someone at gunpoint. They stole a firearm and fled.
11:29 WELLS PARK. A residence in Erins Glenn reported an assault; response reported that a young girl between the ages of 18-20 jumped out of the car and claimed the male in the vehicle tried to sexually assault her. SAPS stood down and transported her to hospital. No other information was given due to shock.
13:09 WALMER. A residence in Prospect Road was burgled; the suspects kicked the front door open and forced the security gate open. They got away with a plasma and jewellery. SAPS stood down.
15:16 NJOLI SQUARE. A business in Veke Street reported an armed robbery; five suspects entered the premises. Three were armed and took the cashiers to the back to open a safe. Suspects stole an undisclosed amount of money and three cell-phones. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
21:35 GLENDINNINGVALE. A residence in Bevan Road was burgled; the suspects entered using the back en-suite. The owner is missing an external hard drive and photos. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
21:59 SCHOENMAKERSKOP. A business in Marine Drive was burgled; response reported that the suspects tried to steal copper pipes from the outbuilding power box. They broke the door and removed the burglar bars. They forced the security gate open and entered the main house and kicked the bottom door. No loss.
22:21 WEYBRIDGE PARK. A residence in Woodlands Avenue was burgled; response reported that the suspects jumped over the wall and went to the main bedroom window. They removed the window and entered the premises. Suspects ransacked the house. They ripped the alarm system that was in the cupboard area. Suspects stole the TV. SAPS stood down.
22:48 GREENBUSHES. A residence in Old Cape Road reported a trespassing; the suspects cut the back fence. The alarm activated and the suspects ran away.
23:18 LOVEMORE PARK. A residence in Milkwood Road reported a medical; the owners’ wife was sleeping and when she woke up there was blood all over the bed. G4 stood down and transported her to hospital.
23:31 SUNRIDGE PARK. A residence in Gazania Avenue reported a vandalism incident; one of the nurses confirmed that there were children that drove past and started throwing stones against the upstairs bedroom window. Response reported no injuries on site and owner will sort out the windows in the morning.
23:36 NEWTON PARK. A business in Fourth Avenue was burgled; the suspects bent the palisade fence and crawled under. The owner is missing a complete computer at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
23:52 MILL PARK. A residence in Woodville Road reported a trespassing incident; the owners’ son was on site and heard a noise. He went outside and saw a suspect running towards the corner of the yard and jumped over the wall.

1 FEBRUARY 2018 THURSDAY
00:45 SWARTKOPS. A business in Old Grahamstown Road was burgled; the suspects entered through the roof. Suspects entered the office. Suspects used a crowbar to open up the safe and the security gate. Client can see money and cigarettes missing. Suspects cut the power supply to the CCTV footage. SAPS stood down and client opened a case.
00:55 DESPATCH. A business in Main Street reported an assault; there was a bar fight between two females. SAPS stood down and removed the females from site.
01:42 HUMEWOOD. A residence in Glengarry Crescent reported an attempted burglary; the suspects forced the sliding door open but no entry was gained or no loss to the premises. Suspects heard the alarm and fled the scene. Client confirmed that he is not opening a case.
03:20 SUMMERSTRAND. Vandalism was reported in Bloe Street; the suspects damaged the fence at the back of the premises from the left side.
10:56 CHARLO. A residence in Knightsbridge Close was burgled; the suspects went to the right hand side bedroom window and broke the windows. Client can see a glass jewellery box missing at this stage. Client was standing by for SAPS.
11:24 PARSONS HILL. A residence in Wepener Crescent was burgled; the suspects jumped over the fence. Suspects forced the gate and front door to gain entry. Client can see a TV, two laptops, cell-phones, tablet and a hard drive missing at this stage. Suspects buzzed open the front gate to exit the yard. SAPS stood down and client opened a case.
16:44 WESTERING. A burglary was reported in Papenkuil Street; the owner confirmed that he saw the suspects trying to break in to a house close by. Response went to investigate and apprehended the suspects. The owner identified the suspects as they tried to break in before.
14:07 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admirality Way reported a medical; one of the residents had a bad infection on her leg. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.