Up-to-date snapshots of all activity in NMB.

30 JUNE 2017 FRIDAY
00:12 CENTRAL. A business in Govan Mbeki Avenue was burgled; the suspects forced the security gate and door open at the basement area. Suspects then smashed 2 windows on the left hand side of one of the vehicles. The owner is not sure of what is missing at this stage Owner opened a case with SAPS.
08:42 PARSONS RIDGE. A residence in Appaloosa Road was burgled; the suspects lifted the gate off the rail and entered the yard. The suspects then forced the front door open with a crowbar. Suspects could not gain entry to the rest of the house as there is a security gate in the passage that stopped them. No loss. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
08:46 LINKSIDE. A school in Wychwood Avenue reported a positive theft incident; response reported that he met up with three school girls that were robbed at knife point by an unknown male. One of the girls reported that this is the second time she has been robbed by this male. He took a Samsung cell-phone and another mobile.
11:02 HUMERAIL. A residence in Oakworth Road was burgled; the suspects broke the daughter’s bedroom window and kicked in the burglar bars. The owner confirmed that there is no protection in that area. Suspects went through to the main bedroom as well. The owner can see a TV, two cell-phones, two laptops and jewellery missing at this stage.
13:34 CENTRAL. A business in Dickens Street reported a positive theft incident; the suspects opened the gate and broke into a vehicle.
14:11 UITENHAGE. A business in Queen Mary Crescent was burgled; the suspects entered on the left hand side of the premises. The owner can see meat missing at this stage.
19:43 WALMER. A residence in Prospect Road was burgled; the suspects removed both bathroom windows and made a hole in the bathroom ceiling. They then cut the wires of the alarm. The owner can see a laptop missing at this stage.

29 JUNE 2017 THURSDAY

28 JUNE 2017 WEDNERSDAY
00:39 COTSWOLD EXTENSION. A residence in Burt Drive reported a house robbery; the owner was on site with his mother. He heard the gate open and when he looked, both suspects where on top of him in the living room. Suspects were armed with firearms. They demanded to know where the safe was, but the owner confirmed that there is no safe on site. The suspects also wanted to know where the owners’ mother was. The suspects then forced the safety gate open where the owners’ mom was. She had pressed the panic button as the suspects entered her room and they ran off. Before the suspects took off they grabbed a CCTV recorder, the TV and a cell-phone. Response reported on arrival they saw a silver Mitsubishi lancer with no number plate flee the scene and chased the vehicle but lost the vehicle in Schauderville. SAPS stood down.
02:38 GELVANDALE. A business in Stanford Road was burgled; the suspects lifted the roller door at the back and put pieces of wood under the door. Suspects then went through the ceiling and forced the cigarette counter door open. The owner can see nappies, medicine, grandpas and cigarettes missing at this stage.
02:53 STRUANDALE. A business in Daku Road reported a trespassing incident; the security guard confirmed that 3 suspects jumped the fence and went straight to the guard house and wanted to rob the security. They were unsuccessful and jumped the fence again and left. Suspects also damaged one of the vehicle windows on site.
09:27 BRYMORE. A residence in Brymore Avenue reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that his driveway gate was stolen over night.
11:16 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Prestwick Crescent was burgled; the suspects removed a slab from the wall at the back of the complex and entered. Suspects then went to the back window and broke it but could not enter. Suspects went to the back door and forced it open and bent the security gate and entered. The owner can see a 32” plasma TV and a hi-fi system missing at this stage.
11:37 GREENACRES. A business in Ring Road was burgled; the suspects broke one window in front and entered. The owner can see cell-phone accessories and cell-phone batteries missing at this stage.
16:36 PROVIDENTIA. A residence in Genadendal Road was burgled; the suspects forced the garage door open and got into the house via the inter-leading door. The owner can see a plasma TV, external hard drive and a watch missing at this stage.
16:50 SOUTH END. A residence in Mitchell Street was burgled; the suspects were sitting outside in a white bakkie – when the owner confronted them they threw him with stones. Suspects lifted the complex gate off the railings and entered the complex. They then entered the yard and went to the front door. They then cut the lock off the gate and forced the front door open. The owner confirmed a flat screen TV missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
18:57 WALMER. A business in Third Avenue reported a positive theft incident; the suspects broke the front passenger window. No loss.

27 JUNE 2017 TUESDAY
00:33 NORTH END. A business in Edgar Lane was burgled; the suspects broke the window on the right hand side of the garage. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
02:09 MARKMAN TOWNSHIP. A business in Buick Street was burgled; the suspect cut the lock off the small roller door and entered. The owner can see 2 screens and 2 microwaves missing at this stage – all was recovered near the perimeter wall and handed back to the owner. Response reported that they also found a bolt cutter and a side cutter on the other side of the wall.
06:55 WALMER. A business in Victoria Park Drive was burgled; the suspect broke the front left hand window and entered the premises. No loss as premises is standing vacant. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
10:00 NEAVE INDUSTRIAL. A business in Kendle Street was burgled; the suspects broke the window on the left hand side of the premises. The suspect then went to the back alleyway on the right and broke one of the windows and bent the burglar bars to gain entry. They suspects went through the bathroom and stole taps, copper pies and the shower head. SAPS stood down and a case was opened.
17:31 NEWTON PARK. A business in Newton Street was burgled; two male suspects tried to grab a container of money. The suspects were spotted and arrested by SAPS. Owner opened a case.
20:40 SCHOENMAKERSKOP. A business in Victoria Drive was burgled; the suspects entered through the main window. They cut the burglar bars and pushed the plastic window away. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. Suspects ripped out the keypad of the alarm. SAPS stood down but client did not open case.

26 JUNE 2017 MONDAY
06:40 UITENHAGE. A business in Union Road reported a trespassing incident; response arrived and met with someone who confirmed that suspects were stealing wood from the premises. They checked the back fence and a hole was visibly cut into it.
07:57 KORSTEN. A business in Kempston Road reported a positive theft incident; the CCTV shows that a suspect stole the outside lights on the premises.
12:00 COTSWOLD EXTENSION. A residence in Finch Street reported a house robbery; the owners’ sister was inside the house when 3 males forced the back security gate and back door open. The suspects grabbed her and tied her up with shoe laces and moved her to the spare bedroom. Suspects ransacked the 2 spare bedrooms and left through the bush on foot. The owner can see 1 plasma TV, a laptop, clothing and an iPhone missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
13:16 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Bognor Street reported a medical emergency; the owners’ friend fell and hurt herself. She was feeling very dizzy after the fall. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
16:45 WALMER. A business in Fifth Avenue reported an armed robbery; the owner was busy with pay-outs in the parking lot when 3 males approached them. One of the suspects was armed and gun pointed the owner. The suspect pulled the trigger but the firearm did not go off. The suspects got away with an undisclosed amount of cash. SAPS stood down and Gardmed.
19:47 FERNGLEN. A residence in Stella Londt Drive reported a medical emergency; the owner was sitting on the couch and very disorientated. Gardmed arrived and transported him to hospital.
20:39 NEW BRIGHTON. A school in Marwanqa Street was burgled; the suspects gained entry through the back classroom window which they broke and removed the burglar bars of. Suspects ripped the wires off, the passives and the transformer. They cannot see what is missing at this stage. SAPS arrived and a case was opened.
22:51 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Villiers Road reported a medical emergency; one of the residents was complaining of stomach aches. Garmed stood down and transported her to hospital.

25 JUNE 2017 SUNDAY
05:58 WALMER HEIGHTS. A residence in Beethoven Avenue was burgled; the owner went and bought breakfast and did not arm the alarm. Suspects broke the living room sliding door window and gained entry into the premises. They went to the daughter’s bedroom and forced the small window open and removed the burglar bars. They then went to the main bedroom and broke the sliding door glass. The owner can see a 42inch TV, jewellery and a laptop missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
06:06 ST GEORGES PARK. A residence in Park Lane reported an attempted theft incident; suspects broke the driver’s side window of the vehicle. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
10:54 MORNINGSIDE. A residence in Boundary Road was burgled; the suspects entered through the garage side and broke into the cars. The owner can see tools, a wallet and a jacket missing from the vehicle at this stage.
10:58 KORSTEN. A business in Kempston Road was burgled; the suspects broke the locks off the gate on the right hand side and went through the ceiling. The suspects got away with cash from the cash register and some second hand clothing from the front shop.
12:38 MILL PARK. A business in Cape Road reported an attempted burglary; there was a hole in the window which the suspects used to put his hand through. When he did so, he moved the blinds and the alarm triggered. The suspect ran away and no access was gained.
15:08 SALISBURY PARK. A residence in Lucy Maher Street reported a medical emergency; the owner confirmed that when they were busy, his son put his hand on the hot stove. Response arrived and applied burn bandage while they waited for Gardmed to stand down. He was transported to hospital with second degree burns.
15:23 ASPEN HEIGHTS. A business in Heath Park Centre reported an attempted burglary; the suspects broke the back window but the owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
15:55 WALMER. A business in Heugh Road reported an attempted burglary; the owner from a neighbouring site saw suspects in the yard and called us. The suspects fled and left the truck battery that they had stolen behind.
14:17 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Bognor Street reported a medical emergency; one of the residents had an allergic reaction to food he had eaten. Gardmed stood down and transported him to hospital.
18:37 KORSTEN. A business in Lindsay Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects tried to gain entry through an old hole in the roof. When the suspects saw the security they ran off. No entry was gained.
20:55 UITENHAGE. A business in Durban Road reported a vandalism incident; part of the back fence has been removed. Response reported that there is no damage to the building itself.
21:47 WALMER HEIGHTS. A residence in Chlodea Crescent reported a medical emergency; the owners’ daughter was recently diagnosed with epilepsy. Response reported that she is stable but disorientated. Gardmed stood down and will be transporting her to hospital.

24 JUNE 2017 SATURDAY
07:41 MILL PARK. A business in Cape Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects attempted to gain entry using the right hand side window. The suspects used a hammer to try and break the window but were not successful.
09:07 WESTERING. A residence in Sheariton Narcissus Street reported a medical emergency; one of the residents suffers from cancer and was not feeling well. Gardmed arrived and transported him to hospital.
09:19 NORTH END. A business in Sparks Street was burgled; the suspects gained entry through the roof. The owner confirmed that he can see power tools missing at this stage.
09:50 NEW BRIGHTON. A business in Sheya Kulati Street reported an armed robbery; response met with the driver on site. He was on his way to deposit float when 2 suspects jumped out of a white Quantum REG HPX 818 EC and demanded the money from him.
12:07 CHARLO. A residence in Benno Road was burgled; the suspects entered the house using the bathroom window and the back of the house. The window was left open by the owner; the suspects kicked the burglar bars in and entered. The main bedroom was ransacked. The owner can see jewellery, watches and a Samsung S3 missing at this stage. SAPS opened a case with the owner.

23 JUNE 2017 FRIDAY
00:28 SUMMERSTRAND. A business in Marine Drive was burgled; the suspects forced the sliding door open at one of the units. They took a plasma TV and when the security officer saw the suspects they ran away. Response found the plasma on the beach.
01:43 WALMER. A business in Victoria Drive was burgled; the suspects smashed the window on the right hand side of the front door. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
02:01 SPRINGFIELD. A residence in Main Road was burgled; the suspects forced the front door open. They took a bag out of the wardrobe and packed it full of food alcohol and other stuff.SAP did not stand down.
02:06 MIRAMAR. A residence in Jeffrey Street was burgled; the suspects removed the main bedroom window. The owner is not sure what is missing at this stage. Suspects did open the safe but there was no money in it. Owner opened a case with SAPS.
05:17 CHARLO. A residence in Mark Avenue was burgled; the suspects broke the kitchen window and removed the burglar bars. The owner confirmed that she was sleeping when the suspects were inside the house. Suspects stole her cell-phone which was next to the bed where she was sleeping. They also took her car keys and tried to steal the car but the owner had disconnected the terminals from the battery. The suspects did not manage to get away with the vehicle.
05:47 WALMER. A business in Victoria Drive was burgled; the suspects got into the premises through the roof. Response reported that they saw food lying on the roof.
10:37 NORTH END. A business in Brassel Street was burgled; the suspects broke the window and took a copper cable from inside.
11:47 WESTERING. A residence in Papenkuil Street was burgled; the suspects kicked in the front door and gained entry to owners’ living room and main bedroom. A 40” plasma TV, blu-ray DVD player and a laptop was reported missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened case.
13:29 SOUTH END. A residence in Pier Street was burgled; the suspects forced the door open with a crowbar and went upstairs. The owner can see a laptop missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
16:29 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admiralty Way reported a medical emergency; one of the residents came home from hospital but was not meant too as he couldn’t walk. Gardmed transported him to hospital.
19:47 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Ben Viljoen Road was burgled; the suspects jumped over the front wall on the left hand side and entered the yard to the back. Suspects removed the sensor bulbs and went around the corner and pepper sprayed the 2 dogs on site. They removed the bathroom window and burglar bars. Suspects entered the main bedroom, the owner confirmed jewellery and a revolver missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
20:07 KABEGA PARK. A school in Brabant Street reported a medical emergency; response met up with the owners’ wife. They reported that the owners’ blood pressure was low and his sugar level was 14. There was no pulse and he stopped breathing. Gardmed stood down and were busy assisting the patient.
21:20 LORRAINE. A residence in Lorraine Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects broke the main bedroom window latch off but burglar bars were still intact. The suspects got away in a silver ford fiesta .No entry gained into the premises and no loss.
21:25 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Frykenhuis Street was burgled; the suspect pushed the main gate open and entered the yard. They then removed the bottom window in the main bedroom that had no burglar bars and entered the premises. The suspects cut the aerial and all the wires of the alarm. The owner can see 3 plasma TV’s, Ps4, Xbox, clothes, an i-Pad and jewellery missing at this stage. Suspects ransacked the whole house. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
22:26 KAMMA HEIGHTS. A residence in Nassau Street reported a medical emergency; the owner confirmed that her father was not well. The ambulance service arrived and declared the patient deceased.
22:45 BAAKENS VALLEY. A non-atlas subscriber called in and advised us of an attempted burglary in Horton Street. The suspects removed the security gate on the left hand side of the premises; the padlock is also missing from the front door. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.

22 JUNE 20147 THURSDAY
07:48 WALMER. A residence in Church Road reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that there were three suspects on site that were causing trouble. They returned the day after and caused trouble again. They fled on foot when they called Atlas.
12:13 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admirality Way reported a medical emergency; one of the residents suffered from low blood pressure and fainted. Gardmed arrived and transported her to hospital.
12:53 MOUNT PLEASANT. A residence in Wodehouse Street reported a medical emergency; the owners’ wife was not feeling well. Gardmed arrived and made sure she was okay. The owner advised that he will transport his wife to hospital.
23:46 WALMER HEIGHTS. A residence in Liszt Avenue reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that he saw two suspects in his yard. When response arrived, the suspects fled on food. Response managed to catch one of the suspects who were then taken away by SAPS. A case was opened.

21 JUNE 2017 WEDNESDAY
00:37 CENTRAL. A business in Govan Mbeki was burgled; the suspect forced open a window at another premises. The suspect then made a hole in the one wall and got into the premises next door. SAPS stood down and the dog unit let one of their police dogs loose, the dog caught the suspect. SAPS arrested the suspects.
03:43 MARKMAN TOWNSHIP. A business in Chevrolet Street was burgled; the suspects broke the whole door down. The owner confirmed no loss only damage to the door. SAPS arrived on site.
08:40 CENTRAL. A business in Govan Mbeki Avenue was burgled; the suspects kicked the front door open and entered. A large amount of cash was stolen from the walk in safe. A case was opened with SAPS.
09:14 SUNRIDGE PARK. A residence in Gazania Avenue reported a medical emergency; one of the residents said her husband never woke up for breakfast. When she checked if he was okay he had already passed away. The residents’ husband suffered from cardiac problems. The ambulance service stood down and declared the patient deceased.
13:58 UITENHAGE. A residence in Gavin Drive called in and advised that one of the back windows were broken. This was a Non Atlas subscriber who opened a case with SAPS.
14:58 WALMER. A business in Villiers Road reported na armed robbery; three males who were all armed entered the store. The one suspect gun pointed a customer and told the cashier to keep quiet. The 3rd suspects forced the till open and took an unknown amount of money. Suspects forced one customer to lie down and took money from her. A case was opened with SAPS.
16:02 LORRAINE. A residence in Alsace Road reported a medical emergency; the owner confirmed that the gardener had a seizure. Gardmed arrived and confirmed he has high blood pressure and sugar. Gardmed will transport the gardener to Hospital.
16:11 SUNRIDGE PARK. A residence in Gazania Avenue reported a medical emergency; an elderly lady fell and broke her leg. Gardmed arrived and transported her to hospital.
18:14 SOUTH END. A residence in Pier Street was burgled; the suspects forced the bedroom window open and entered. They got away with cameras, jewellery and accessories.
22:35 HUNTERS RETREAT. A business in Old Cape Road reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that a customer walked into the shop and took a pie and coke without paying.

20 JUNE 2017 TUESDAY
01:53 HUMEWOOD. A residence in Cathcart Road was burgled; the owner left the garage door open and was on his way to close the door when he saw the suspect inside the garage with bags. The owner and the suspect had a physical interaction and the suspect threatened to stab him. The suspect jumped out of the garage window and left the bags behind. The suspect walked out of the complex and got into a VW silver polo, the owner could not get the registration number.
03:44 ADCOCKVALE. A residence in Rochelle Road reported a positive theft incident; a suspect broke the back window of a vehicle. He got away with the radio.
04:21 GREENACRES. A business in Norvic Drive was burgled; the suspect forced open the sliding gate on the left hand side and entered the yard. Suspect then kicked in the wooden door and entered the server room, where batteries are stored. The owner cannot see what the loss is at this stage.
08:23 LINKSIDE. A residence in Birdlip Avenue reported a case of vandalism. Response reported that he met up with the domestic on site. The domestic showed the response where the lock was broken. As per response the suspects tried the force open the padlock and damaged the lock and the latch of the gate with a stone, the stone was laying on the floor.
09:29 WALMER. A business in First Avenue reported an attempted theft incident; suspects got out of a silver VW Polo with no registration number. They then went to a customer’s vehicle, a bakkie. Suspects attempted to start the bakkie but did not succeed and then the suspects fled the scene towards the spar side.
09:36 WALMER. A residence in Fordyce Road was burgled; the suspects forced the driveway gate open and entered the yard. They then kicked in the front door and entered. The owner can see a plasma TV, laptop, jacket and running shoes missing. A case was opened.
10:26 STRUANDALE. A business in Spondo Street reported a medical emergency; a gentleman ordered food and went to the bathroom and had an epileptic fit. The ambulance service arrived and transported him to hospital.
11:54 SIDWELL. A business in Kempston Road reported an armed robbery; a gentleman entered the premises in the morning wanting to apply for a loan. When his documents were incorrect, they sent him away. The same suspect entered the premises and gun pointed the security guard. Four suspects followed him and ran upstairs. They got away with a cell-phone and an undisclosed amount of money.
13:51 NEWTON PARK. A business in Newton Street reported a medical emergency; an elderly gentleman reported that he is not feeling well, his breathing is very weak and he complained of chest pains. Gardmed stood down.
15:33 NEWTON PARK. A residence in Kinnersley Street was burgled; response reported that the suspects broke the spare bedroom window with no burglar bars and entered the house. The owner confirmed that there is no PIR in that area. Suspects only got away with jewellery.
15:47 WALMER. A residence in Eighth Avenue was burgled; the suspects lifted the main gate of the rails in the complex and entered. Suspect then kicked in the front door and entered. The owner can see a plasma TV and jewellery missing at this stage
17:06 RICHMOND HILL. A residence in Lansdowne Place reported a medical emergency; as per a family they could not get hold of their mom for a week. Response assisted the family by kicking down the front door. Response and the family found the 79 year old lady on the bathroom floor deceased. Garmed stood down and first avenue funeral home took the lady away.
19:12 STRUANDALE. A business in Kwaford Street was burgled; the suspect gained entry by breaking the pole on the left hand side. When you stand in front of the premises on the right hand side they removed asbestos to enter. The owner can see a steel frame missing at this stage .

19 JUNE 2017 MONDAY
02:19 SEAVIEW. A business in Seaview Road reported an attempted burglary; the owner confirmed that he saw two suspects trying to cut the fence. Response arrested the two suspects. The owner opened a case with SAPS.
05:38 WILLIAM MOFFAT. A business in Main Road was burgled; the suspects broke the front display window. The owner can see shoes and belts missing at this stage. SAPS arrived on site.
08:28 GREENBUSHES. A business in Blomme Avenue was burgled; the suspects dug a hole under the electric fence and used a stick to hold it up. They managed to get into the premises and stole 200 litres of diesel.
13:53 SARDINIA BAY. A clubhouse in Sardinia Bay reported a medical emergency; a club member was playing golf and as he was walking to his vehicle he has a heart attack. Gardmed arrived an\d declared him deceased.
20:02 KORSTEN. A business in Kempston Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects forced the main entrance gate open by cutting the locks off and they cracked the glass entrance door at the bottom left hand side. The owner can only see locks missing at this stage. Houdini was on site and replaced the locks. SAPS arrived.

18 JUNE 2017 SUNDAY
02:12 UITENHAGE. A business in Cuyler Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects smashed the front left hand side window and kicked the burglar bars in. No entry was gained.
08:11 ST GEORGES PARK. A business in How Avenue reported an attempted burglary; the suspects made a hole in the window by the handle. No entry was gained and no loss.
11:54 KORSTEN. A business in Perl Road was burgled; the suspects smashed the window in the front. The owner confirmed that the suspects took small things.
12:33 CENTRAL. A residence in Brickmakers Kloof was burgled; the suspects smashed the main bedroom window. The owner can’t see anything missing at this stage. A case was opened with SAPS.
14:20 WALMER. A residence in Water Road was burgled; the suspects entered the bedroom window which was left open and removed the burglar bars. The owner can see an empty black bag missing.
15:45 WALMER. A residence in Prospect Road was burgled; the suspects made a hole in the window at the back and bent the burglar bars. The suspects opened the safe. The owner can’t see anything missing at this stage.
17:59 MOUNT PLEASANT. We received a call for a medical emergency in Buffelsfontein road. Response reported that he attended to a hit and run. A lady was bumped by a white Jeep. SAPS did a breathalyzer test and the driver was tested positive for alcohol. Gardmed arrived and declared the lady deceased.
19:51 MILL PARK. A residence in Burton Road was burgled; the suspects removed the bottom window pane and glass from the main bedroom glass door. The owner can see a plasma TV missing at this stage.
19:56 MILL PARK. A residence in Fairford Avenue reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that there were four suspects in her yard. They fled when they saw the owner.

17 JUNE 2017 SATURDAY
00:18 SUNRIDGE PARK. A residence in Kragga Kamma Road reported that there were two suspects around. Response reported that he met up with the owner; on arrival he arrested two suspects. They stole a battery from a boat in another yard as well as a battery from a gate motor. Response found the stolen goods on the suspects. Owner opened a case with SAPS.
05:41 KINI BAY. A residence in Seaway Drive was burgled; the suspects removed a big window at the back of the premises. The owner can see a cell-phone, wallet, jewellery, alcohol and a firearm missing at this stage. A case was opened with SAPS.
09:11 KINI BAY. A residence in Brandersig Singel was burgled; response reported he met up with owner. The suspects smashed the right hand side bottom window. The owner can see meat and wine missing from the garage. A case was opened with SAPS.
12:02 GLENDININGVALE. A residence in Rooseveldt Road was burgled; the suspects forced the lounge window open and kicked the burglar bars in. The owner can see a plasma TV missing at this stage.
17:25 SIDWELL. A business in Cadle Street reported an armed robbery; the owner confirmed that two suspects entered by the gate with a firearm. They pushed one of the ladies to the back and got away with a laptop, alcohol and cigarettes. The owner opened a case with SAPS.
20:16 SIDWELL. A business in Relton Street reported a positive theft incident; the suspects got into the yard area and stole tyres rims and metal. SAPS arrested one suspect. A case was opened with SAPS.
20:18 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Bournemouth Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects tried to open the sliding door. The owner heard the suspects and pressed the panic. No entry was gained.
20:28 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Tiran Road reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that the suspect tried to get over the gate and he pressed the panic. Suspect ran away and the owner caught him in Bradley Street. A case was opened with SAPS.
23:07 HUMERAIL. A residence in Passat Street reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that there was a suspect in the yard. Response checked and could not see anyone.

16 JUNE 2017 FRIDAY
00:56 DEAL PARTY. A business in Sturrock Street reported an attempted burglary; response checked the entire premises with the owner. They saw a small hole in the roof but the owner confirmed nothing missing and no forced entry.
01:10 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admirality Way reported a medical emergency; one of the residents was struggling to breathe as she suffered from bronchitis. Gardmed arrived, stabilised her and transported the patient to hospital.
13:18 WALMER. A residence in Church Road was burgled; the suspects entered by cutting the barbwire at the back. Suspects broke the window in the lounge. They managed to get away with the owners’ plasma TV. PG glass was on site.
15:58 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Muller Street reported an armed robbery; the suspects went straight to the back flat were the student was working on her laptop. Suspects threatened the student with a glass bottle. They managed to get away with a laptop and a cell-phone. Owner opened a case with SAPS.
18:39 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Villiers Road reported a medical emergency; one of the residents tripped and fell. She ended up hurting her face and breaking her glasses. Gardmed arrived and transported her to hospital.
19:38 LINKSIDE. A residence in Bibury Avenue was burgled; the suspects forced the back balcony window open and gained entry. Suspects attempted to break open the passage safety gate on the top floor but did not succeed. Response closed the window best possible.
23:39 MILL PARK. We received a call from a business in Mill Park confirming that there was a possible hijacking. Response reported that he met up with a 16 year old girl. Two males in a white polo forced the young girl into the car and she ended up kicking and screaming so they dropped her off. Response is not sure what happened to the young girl. SAPS arrived and transported the young girl to Mount Road police station.

23:43 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Tiran Road reported a positive theft incident; one of the residents was robbed by 4 suspects. Suspects took his iPhone. SAPS arrived on site.

15 JUNE 2017 THURSDAY
00:10 COEGA. A business in Neptune Road reported a trespassing incident; the security officer pressed the panic button for a suspect that tried to enter the premises. They chased the male suspect away from the premises.
02:21 KRAGGA KAMMA. A residence in Cromwell Road reported a burglary; a suspect threw 2 bricks through the dining room window. They did not enter but stole 3 school bags containing books. SAPS arrived and the owner opened a case.
04:10 GREENBUSHES. A residence in Old Cape Road reported a trespassing incident; suspects tried to break into a Hotel close by and ran into this residence. Response and SAPS arrested one of the suspects. SAPS took over.
06:26 LORRAINE. A residence in Chaumont Road reported a house robbery; response confirmed that he could not meet up with the owner as the Walmer CSC Police cornered off the scene. The owner was showering when the suspect entered through the sliding door that was closed but not locked. The keys to the gate were on the table and the suspect managed to pull them closer and unlock the gate and entered the premises. The owner got out of the shower and was hit by the suspect. The homeowner can see a cell-phone missing at this stage. SAPS will open case.
09:20 DEAL PARTY. A business in Grahamstown Road was burgled; the suspects broke through a small window and walked along the sidewall bypassing the only passive that is covering the warehouse on that side.
11:05 DEAL PARTY. A business in Burman Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects stole two pliers. The security guard caught the suspects. SAPS arrived and transported the suspects. Owner opened a case.
11:50 DESPATCH. A business in Botha Street reported an attempted theft incident; the owner confirmed that a male suspect tried to break in to her car. SAPS arrived and took the suspect down to the police station.
14:50 WALMER. A church in Fordyce Road reported an attempted theft incident; the suspect was a 10 year old child. He was on the roof trying to steal goods from the church. It was the same suspect as the previous break in. SAPS arrived and took suspect away.
13:37 GREENACRES. A residence fence alarm in Ascot Road reported an attempted burglary; response confirmed that the fence was damaged in the front.
15:49 NORTH END. A business in Grahamstown Road reported an armed robbery; the suspect jumped out of a blue taxi and gun pointed the owners’ driver. He took the keys, the driver’s cell-phone and his wallet. The suspect tried to highjack the truck which had a drop safe but did not succeed. Owner opened a case with SAPS.
18:54 WALMER. A residence in Lloyd Road was burgled; the suspects entered using the balcony door – they ended up breaking the glass door. A screen was taken but response recovered the screen in the yard and gave it back to the owners’ brother-in-law.
19:11 GLENDININGVALE. A residence in Bevan Road was burgled; the suspect entered the premises through the front bedroom window. They forced the window open and kicked in the burglar bars. Suspects then went into the main bedroom and ransacked the bedroom. The owner confirmed that she cannot see what is missing yet. SAPS were on site.
22:41 STRUANDALE. A business in Struanway reported a positive theft incident; the suspect was driving a grey polo. He put petrol in worth more than R100 and drove off without paying.
23:23 HUMERAIL. A business in Chapman Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspect forced the back gate open and broke a window – burglar bars were still intact. Response reported that they managed to secure gate and the owner will replace the window in the morning.

02:30 NEAVE TOWNSHIP. A business in Gracey Street was burgled; the suspects gained entry via the roof by making a hole on the left hand side of the premises. The owner can see 2 grinders, 2 drills and 1 welder missing at this stage. SAPS arrived and the owner opened a case.
08:26 WESTERING. A residence in Bouganvilla Drive reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that the suspects were in the yard and moved a drum in front of the window. No entry was gained.
09:59 CENTRAL. A residence in Gordon Terrace reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that the suspects left, nothing is missing off site.
18:27 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admirality Way reported a medical emergency; one of the residents was feeling dizzy and nauseous. Gardmed arrived and checked the patient but did not transport her to hospital.
21:00 GLENHURD. A residence in Wendy Street was burgled; the suspects climbed over the perimeter wall and entered the yard area. Suspect went to the back of the house and removed the spare bedroom window. They covered the alarm with a mattress after it had picked them up. The owner will check if anything is missing when they return from holiday. PG glass arrived and repaired the window. An after hour technician repaired the passive that was ripped out.

13 JUNE 2017 TUESDAY
03:07 MARKMAN TOWNSHIP. A business in Main Road reported an armed robbery; the security guard confirmed that six suspects robbed him. Three of the suspects where armed with fire arms. Suspects took his phone.
07:59 WALMER. A business in Sixth Avenue was burgled; the suspects broke 3 windows with no burglar bars at the top section. The owner can see 3 laptops missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
08:03 WALMER. A business in Heugh Road Walmer was burgled; when the owner came in to the shop he saw that the cash register was on the floor. He can see a laptop and DVR system missing at this stage. When the owner checked to see if the alarm was armed he saw on the keypad that the alarm was deactivated. No point of entry found. SAPS stood down and owner opened case.
09:29 MILL PARK. A business in Ascot Road was burgled; the suspects gained entry by climbing up the pipes into the ceiling, they hit out a wooden vent and gained entry. The owner can see copper piping and fittings from the bathroom missing at this stage. There is a lot of water damage. SAPS arrived and owner opened case.
09:59 DESPATCH. A residence in Karel Bremmer Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects cut the front padlock off at the main gate and forced opened the front safety gate. The owner can see no loss.
11:21 FRAMESBY. A residence in Kragga Kamma Road reported a medical emergency; a one year old child was having a fit. The resident stopped response to assist. Gardmed arrived as well and transported the baby to hospital.
17:10 WALMER. A residence in Fordyce Road was burgled; the suspect forced the garage door open and entered. The inter-leading door was left open by the owner and the suspects entered. They ripped the alarm radio transmitters wire off, unplugged the transformer and then disconnected the battery from the panel box. The owners’ son can’t see anything missing at this stage. SAPS arrived and owner opened a case.
19:59 CHELSEA. A residence in Kragga Kamma Road reported a trespassing incident; response checked the premises with the owner. There was a suspect at the back of the fence, he was wearing all black clothing but disappeared.
23:07 HUMEWOOD EXTENSION. A residence in Woodhead Drive reported a medical emergency; one of the residents was not feeling well. She complained that she was dizzy and nauseous. Gardmed checked her vitals before transporting her to hospital.
23:10 NEWTON PARK. A business in Second Avenue reported an attempted burglary; the suspects made 2 holes in the roof sheeting, but no entry was gained. The owner confirmed that there is damage to the property but nothing is missing from site. SAPS arrived and owner opened a case.

12 JUNE 2017 MONDAY
08:26 NORTH END. A business in Bellgrove Street was burgled; the suspects broke the far left hand side bottom office window and bent the burglar bars to gain entry. Missing at this stage is copper and brass.
09:10 PERSEVERANCE. A Camping Centre was burgled; the suspects broke the kitchen window with no burglar bars and gained entry. The owner can see a kettle, 20L URN and an 18L microwave missing at this stage. SAPS arrived and caught a suspect in the bush and recovered the 18L microwave. The owner opened a case.
11:25 RICHMOND HILL. A residence in Edward Street was burgled; the suspects jumped over the wall and looked through an open window. They saw the owners’ keys and managed to reach for them and opened the back door to gain entry. The owner confirmed that the alarm was not armed. They took cell-phones, purses and a few other personal belongings. The suspect left behind a lighter, scissors and a needle. SAPS arrived and the owner opened a case.

11 JUNE 2017 SUNDAY
02:55 SIDWELL. A business in Haupt Street reported a positive theft incident; the suspects got over the back gate and entered the premises while staff were working on site. Suspects took two computers screens and left.
03:46 SUMMERSTRAND. A business in Torquay Avenue was burgled; the suspects gained access through the wooden door at the back and forced the gate open. Suspects immediately went for the expensive perfumes. SAPS stood down and owner opened case.
05:12 MILL PARK. A business in Cape Road was burgled; the suspects smashed the right hand side small window around the corner with no burglar bars. Response is not sure if the suspects entered or not, because the owner did not have keys with him.
05:29 MARKMAN TOWNSHIP. A business in Main Road reported a trespassing incident; four suspects where on site running up and down. Suspects cut the light of the lamp on site.
06:15 SIDWELL. A business in Relton Street reported a positive theft incident; the suspects lifted the back right hand side corner fence and entered into the yard. They stole 4 batteries out of the green crane on site. No entry into the building. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
06:21 WALMER. A residence in Moore Street was burgled; the suspects used a pole to enter the yard on the left hand side. They smashed the bottom left hand side glass door with no security gate and gained entry. The owner is not sure if anything is missing at this stage as they must first do stock take. A lot of alcohol is standing around.
07:10 WINDVOGEL. A business in Bethelsdorp Road reported an attempted theft incident; the suspects entered using the main gate and stole a thick wooden pole. The security guard on site caught the suspect. SAPS stood down and owner opened case.
07:36 PERRIDGEVALE. A business in Rochelle Drive was burgled; the suspects smashed the bottom part of the front glass door and entered. The owner can see the cash register missing which was empty.
08:08 FAIRVIEW. A residence in Ceda Road was burgled; the suspects kicked in the bottom part of the stable door at the wendy house. The owner uses the wendy house as a mooti shop. The owner can see oils that she uses for mooti missing at this stage.
08:55 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Villiers Road reported a medical emergency; an elderly lady was walking to church when she tripped and fell. Gardmed stood down and attended to her injuries.
09:36 KABEGA PARK. A business in Terrence Avenue reported an attempted theft incident; the suspect tried stealing from the shop. He was caught by the employees. SAPS stood down and gave suspect a warning.
12:19 SIDWELL. A business in Relton Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects cut the fence and entered into the yard. They smashed the driver’s side window of the truck and ripped the wires inside. The owner can see his 2 way radio missing. They ransacked the truck. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.

10 JUNE 2017 SATURDAY
04:25 CENTRAL. A business in Russel Road was burgled; the suspects managed to make a hole in the bottom of the roof and climbed to the upstairs office. They entered into the office where the cabinet was situated. Suspects opened the cabinet but the owner is not sure what is missing at this stage. He will have to confirm with his wife. SAPS arrived.
06:02 MAITLANDS. A residence in Destades reported a vandalism incident; the owner heard a loud noise. Response checked the premises and found that someone had fallen through the owners’ car port, response checked the area but there was no sign of anyone.
07:38 NEAVE INDUSTRIAL. A business in Bedford Street was burgled; the suspects made a hole on the left hand side of the building and gained entry. The owner can see truck batteries and a computer missing at this stage.
09:00 KORSTEN. A business in Jackson Street reported an armed robbery; there were six males armed with guns. Four of the suspects entered the shop while 2 stayed outside at the getaway vehicle. The suspects were inside the shop for more than 10 minutes and got away with an undisclosed amount of cash from the store and from customers. They also stole cell-phones and stock. Staff did not have time to press the panic button. Suspects fled in a white Opel Corsa utility. SAPS arrived and the owner opened case.
13:08 WALMER. A business in Fordyce Road was burgled; the suspects jumped the court yard section and entered through the burglar bars. The suspect drank a lot of alcohol and passed out. Response requested an ambulance service as the suspect was not responding, not sure if he is drunk or if he had a fit. SAPS arrived.
13:31 PERSEVERANCE. A Camping Centre was burgled; the suspects forced the main hall door open and entered into the premises. They took a laptop, projector, sound system, camera and hard drive. SAPS were on site and owner opened case.
14:46 SIDWELL. A business in Sutton Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects stole an aircon from the outside of the premises. There is no entry gained into the premises, the premises is empty. Response reported that they secured the hole where the aircon was best possible.
22:09 LORRAINE. A residence in Dijon Road reported a trespassing incident; on arrival the response caught one male fiddling with the front door security gate. SAPS arrived and arrested the suspect. He was under the influence. A case was opened with SAPS.

09 JUNE 2017 FRIDAY
00:27 NEWTON PARK. A residence in Mowbray Street reported a trespassing incident; the owner did not lock his car and when he returned to check on it, there were suspects sitting in it. When they saw the owner they jumped out and jumped over the wall.
00:58 NEAVE TOWNSHIP. A business in Lindsay Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects tried to gain entry by breaking the back fibre glass. The keyholder did not have keys to site so they could not check if anything is missing.
01:00 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Erasmus Drive reported a positive theft incident; the domestic was robbed at the walk way by the church in Ben Viljoen Street. A/R was asked to just be visible in the area. SAPS stood down.
01:17 KWAZAKHELE. A business in Mbilini Road reported a trespassing incident; the suspects cut the fence and entered the complex. They got onto the roof and broke the roof. The owner tried to phone the owner of the store they broke into but there was no reply. SAPS stood down.
01:29 WALMER. A business in Heugh Road reported a medical emergency; a worker was complaining about chest pains and his kidneys. An ambulance stood down and transported him to hospital.
07:27 SIDWELL. A business in Kempston Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects stole the outside lights.
07:46 NEAVE TOWNSHIP. A business in Bennet Street reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that there was theft on site. Suspects cut the fence and stole copper pipes.
09:22 SUMMERSTRAND. A business in Strandfontein Road reported an attempted theft incident; the suspect took some energy drinks without paying. He was driving a metallic blue golf, REG number FJB 864 EC.
10:40 KAMMA RIDGE. A residence in Henry Gerber Crescent was burgled; the suspects bent the front gate and kicked down the front door. The owner can see a plasma TV missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
12:04 WALMER. A business in Villiers Road was burgled; the suspects broke a small window on the right hand side of the entrance door and forced the burglar bars open. The owner can see three plasma TV’s, an amplifier, a computer and other equipment missing at this stage.
15:19 RICHMOND HILL. A residence in Sherlock Street was burgled; the front door and the security gate was open on response arrival, no force entry marks. The owner can see an undisclosed amount of money missing at this stage and there might be jewellery missing but the owner is not sure. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
15:55 NEW BRIGHTON. A church in Noronga Road reported a fire that broke out. Response reported that there are a lot of people on site and can’t get close to the church but the fire brigade is on site.
15:56 CENTRAL. A business in Western Road reported a positive theft incident; a lady suspect stole from site.
16:16 SUMMERSTRAND. A business in Harvey Street reported a medical emergency; the owners’ mother climbed out her vehicle and slipped. She hurt her head and had an open wound on her head. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
19:08 DESPATCH. A residence in Dagbreek Street was burgled; the suspects removed roof tiles at the back of the house. They then made a hole in the ceiling and ripped the panel. The owner confirmed no loss. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.

08 JUNE 2017 THURSDAY
01:10 LORRAINE. A residence in Metz Avenue reported a trespassing incident; the owner was sleeping in her bedroom and the window was left open for the cat. Suspects pushed the window wider and shone the torch into her bedroom. The owner heard the suspects and pressed her panic. Suspects ran away.
03:23 WALMER. A residence in Twelfth Avenue reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that they broke into his vehicle. The back window on the drivers’ side was broken into and a toolbox was stolen. SAPS arrived and opened a case with the owner.
06:29 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Pheasant Road reported a medical emergency; response met with the owners’ wife who confirmed her husband had a stroke. Gardmed arrived and transported him to hospital.
08:31 PARI PARK. A residence in Glendore Road reported a house robbery; the owner was sitting in the lounge and heard a knock. Two male suspects kicked in the front door and entered. One suspect and the owner fought, the suspects ended up choking the owner. They took a plasma TV, tablet and a cell-phone. SAPS arrived and owner opened a case.
10:31 CHARLO. A residence in Angela Avenue was burgled; the suspects broke the security gate and kicked in the front door. They took a plasma TV.
10:32 LORRAINE. A residence in Lourdes Avenue was burgled; the suspects forced the security gate open and kicked the front door open. They went to the study and took a computer screen as well as a laptop. Suspects tried to take plasma TV but did not succeed. SAPS arrived and owner opened case.
10:32 FAIRVIEW. A residence in Malherber Crescent reported a house robbery; the suspects forced the security gate open and kicked the back door open. They then forced the owner into the bedroom and assaulted him. Suspects took an undisclosed amount of cash and a 32” plasma TV. SAPS arrived and owner is opening a case.
11:36 UITENHAGE. A residence in Nemesia Cresent was burgled; the owners’ daughter was in the house when the suspects forced the security gate open and kicked in the front door. The suspects did not know that her daughter was inside. They stole an 80” plasma TV. The owners’ daughter confirmed that the suspects were in a black Jetta REG number FNB842EC. SAPS arrived and took over the scene.
11:37 WALMER HEIGHTS. A residence in Liszt Avenue was burgled; the suspects lifted the front gate to enter and kicked down the front door. They went through the whole house. The owner can see five pairs of high heels missing, two plasma TV’s and a small jewellery box at this stage. SAPS arrived on site.
13:09 KORSTEN. A business in Perl Road reported an armed robbery; six suspects entered the premises and one had a firearm. Suspects took the four workers to the back of the premises, they sustained no injuries. An un-disclosed amount of money and the CCTV footage was stolen. Suspects fled in a gold golf REG number HVX940EC.
17:01 SYDENHAM. A business in Uitenhage Road reported a vandalism incident; the suspects did not gain entry into premises. The owner can see taps missing from the premises.

07 JUNE 2017 WEDNESDAY
01:06 LORRAINE. A residence in Verdun Avenue was burgled; the suspects removed the main bedroom window. The owner can see jewellery missing at this stage. The owner opened a case with SAPS.
01:49 SUMMERSTRAND. A non Atlas residence in Marine Drive was burgled; the suspects forced the sliding door and window open. The owner cannot see clothing missing at this stage. The owner opened a case with SAPS.
02:10 WALMER HEIGHTS. A residence in Chlodea Crescent reported that they heard two suspects jumping the wall. The response officers caught them both and found a screw driver and scissors on one of them. The owner opened a case with SAPS.
03:10 SCHOENMAKERSKOP. A residence in Seashell Lane was burgled; the suspects removed two windows. The owner can see a computer and tower missing.
03:18 NEAVE TOWNSHIP. A business in Kendle Street reported a vandalism incident; the suspects damaged the wall.
07:17 NEAVE TOWNSHIP. A business in Lindsay Road was burgled; the suspects made a hole in the roof on the right hand side and entered. The owner can only see parts missing at this stage.
09:50 CENTRAL. A residence in Upperhill Road was burgled; the suspects entered through the left hand side window and kicked the burglar bars in. They took one laptop.
12:18 NORTH END. A business in Fettes Road was burgled; the suspects made a hole in the wall on the right hand side ally way. The owner cannot see what is missing at this stage.
13:31 SIDWELL. A business in Haupt Street reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that a suspect broke into a car on site. SAPS arrested him and took him away.
20:59 SUNRIDGE PARK. A non Atlas resident called in and confirmed that they saw suspects. The owner heard the suspects and fired shots. They then ran away, our armed response officer caught the one suspect in Mayfair Avenue.
21:30 CENTRAL. A residence in Ivy Street was burgled; the suspects gained entry by forcing the bathroom window open and kicked the burglar bars in. The owner can see one laptop missing at this stage.

06 JUNE 2017 TUESDAY
08:16 DEAL PARTY. A business in Grahamstown Road reported a burglary; the suspects smashed the small window. The owner can see a projector missing.
12:47 NEWTON PARK. A business in Cape Road reported an armed robbery; the owner confirmed that eight members of the church were having a meeting when three armed men entered and waited for a table. The 3 armed men robbed the members of the church. Suspects got away with cell-phones and documents.
13:31 MILL PARK. A residence in Westview Drive reported an attempted burglary; the suspects removed the gate from the rails. They then smashed the main bedroom window but no entry gained.
18:49 REDHOUSE. A school in De Kock Street reported a trespassing incident; no entry was gained into the premises.

05 JUNE 2017 MONDAY
00:17 SIDWELL. A business in Cowie Street was burgled; the suspects removed the roof sheets at the reception area. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
08:06 SIDWELL. A business in Kempston Road was burgled; the suspects entered through the roof and into the office area. The owner can see a laptop missing at this stage.
08:34 NORTH END. A business in Paterson Road was burgled; the suspects entered through the warehouse window. The owner can see a few items of food missing at this stage.
08:58 SIDWELL. A business in Hart Street was burgled; the suspects entered through the roof in the store room. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
12:36 NEWTON PARK. A business in Pickering Street reported a medical emergency; one of the staff members collapsed on site. Gardmed arrived and transported her to hospital.
12:46 WESTERING. A residence in Krause Place reported a medical emergency; the owner confirmed that his wife was not feeling well and suffers from asthma. Gardmed arrived and transported her to hospital.

04 JUNE 2017 SUNDAY
00:28 UITENHAGE. Thieves stole stock from a business in Melbrooks Avenue. They made a hole in the fence and stole stock.
01:40 STRUANDALE. A business in Libertas Road was burgled. The suspects smashed the front door and stole a weed eater.
02:46 MILL PARK. A residence in Snowden Avenue was burgled. The suspects forced open the kitchen window and gained entry. They broke into the safe and made off with the content and other valuables.
04:55 SIDWELL. A business in Commercial Road was burgled. The suspect broke the glass window. Atlas managed to arrest him and handed him over to the Police.
06:22 WALMER. A thief was arrested at a business in Sixth Avenue. He was caught stealing pieces of metal.
09:33 CENTRAL. Thieves broke into a motor vehicle at a residence in Prospect Hill. The window was smashed – the owner could not confirm the loss at the time.
11:07 STRUANDALE. A business in Struanway was burgled. The suspects stole an air conditioner. They returned an hour later and tried to steal more goods. But no entry was gained.
16:57 UITENHAGE. A thief tried to shop lift at a shop in Caledon Street. Atlas arrested him and handed him over to the Police for further investigation.
18:53 SCHOENMAKERSKOP. A residence in Seashell Lane was burgled; the suspects forced the spare bedroom window open. The owner can see a plasma TV and 2 bicycles missing at this stage. The owner opened a case with SAPS.

03 JUNE 2017 SATURDAY
00:02 BEN KAMMA. A medical emergency took place at a residence in King Road. The homeowner had stomach cramps and was transported to the hospital.
02:23 DEAL PARTY. A security guard at a business in Grahamstown Road reported that there were suspects in the yard.
06:04 BROADWOOD. Two suspects tried to steal tools from the yard of a Knightsbridge Close residence.
06:20 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Brighton Drive was burgled. The suspects removed the bottom sliding door and gained entry. Tablets, cash, jewellery and other valuables were stolen.
12:50 SOUTH END. A business in Walmer Boulevard had an attempted burglary. The suspects smashed the kitchen window but the burglar bars were still intact. No entry was gained.
13:09 DESPATCH. A business in James Watt Street was burgled. The suspects smashed the right hand side window and slipped through the burglar bars. The owner could not confirm his loss at the time.
17:46 LORRAINE. A premises in Metz Road was burgled. The suspects removed two windows as well as the frames. The owner could not confirm their loss at the time.
21:13 LINKSIDE. A residence in Wychwood Avenue was burgled. The suspects gained entry via the sliding door. Laptops, Plasma TV’s, cash and cell phones were stolen.

02 JUNE 2017 FRIDAY
08:17 UITENHAGE. A business in Schonland Street had an attempted burglary. The suspects smashed the back office window but no entry was gained.
08:26 NEWTON PARK. A business in Fourth Avenue had an attempted burglary. The suspects tried to force open the window but no entry was gained.
09:48 DESPATCH. A business in Eland Street was burgled. The suspects forced open the door and stole stock.
09:51 NEAVE TOWNSHIP. A business in Desmond Road was burgled. Entry was gained through the roof but no entry was gained.
12:15 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A medical emergency took place at a residence in Villiers Road. The owner fell and bumped her head.
12:47 PARSONS HILL. Atlas attended to a domestic violence incident at a residence in Tucker Street.
17:59 UITENHAGE. An armed robbery took place at a business in Market Street. Three suspects entered the business and demanded valuables from the safe. They also took money from the tills and valuables from the staff.
21:12 PARSONS HILL. A suspect tried to steal copper pipes from a residence in Kestel Street. Atlas busted him and handed him over to the Police.
22:05 MANGOLD PARK. A residence in Elaine Crescent was burgled. The suspects smashed the bedroom window and gained entry. The owner could not confirm their loss at the time.

01 JUNE 2017 THURSDAY
01:09 LORRAINE. A business in Metz Avenue was burgled. The suspects smashed the bedroom window and bent the burglar bars but no entry was gained.
01:16 WALMER. A residence in Prospect Road had an attempted burglary. The suspects broke through the bathroom window and stole a DVD player and other electronic valuables. The suspects fled when the alarm activated.
10:31 MARKMAN TOWNSHIP. A business in Chevrolet Street was burgled. The suspects cut the padlock and forced open the warehouse door. The owner could not confirm their loss at the time.
11:07 WALMER HEIGHTS. A residence in Chloedea Crescent was burgled. The suspects kicked in the front door and stole a Plasma TV, home theatre system and other valuables.
13:22 WALMER DOWNS. A residence in Alan Drive was burgled. The suspects cut the lock and forced open the garage roller door. They then kicked in the interleading door and stole Plasma TV’s and other valuables.
14:38 NEWTON PARK. A residence in Fernglen Crescent was burgled. The front door was forced open and a Plasma TV, cell phone and other electronic valuables were stolen.
19:42 GLENDININGVALE. A business in Roosevelt Street was burgled. The suspects forced open the window and ripped out the burglar bars. The owner could not confirm their loss at the time.