30 SEPTEMBER 2017 SATURDAY
01:03 SOUTH END. A residence in Karmin Drive reported a trespassing incident; the neighbour confirmed that there were suspects in the yard and that they tried to open the door.
01:40 WALMER HEIGHTS. A business in Seventeenth Avenue reported a medical emergency; one of the workers went into labour. An ambulance service stood down and transported her to hospital.
01:40 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Gomery Avenue reported an attempted burglary; the owner confirmed that he heard the suspects trying to break into the back room. Window was only cracked.
07:04 SUMMERSTRAND. A business in Gomery Close was burgled; the suspects broke the lounge door and bent the security gate. They cannot say what is missing at this stage. The student that resides at the premises is on holiday.
20:29 MILL PARK. A residence in Mclean Road reported a medical emergency; the owners’ mother is 80 years of age and resides at Fair Haven, the owner went to go fetch her mother for the weekend. The owners’ mother had chest pain. Gardmed stood down and checked her vitals. Gardmed confirmed that it seems the patient had an anxiety attack. Gardmed transported her to hospital for a check up.
21:15 WALMER. A residence in Main Road was burgled; the suspects removed the whole window by the son’s bedroom. Suspects also broke the window by the daughter’s bedroom, and broke the main bedroom window. The owner can see a laptop missing at this stage. Response confirmed that they recovered a sleeping bag and duvet by the wall. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
22:18 ST ALBANS. A residence in Witteklip Road reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that he was in bed when he heard someone knocking on the windows. He checked and saw two male suspects in their late 40’s. One of the suspects was caught. Response reported that the suspects were looking for someone on site.
23:52 KENSINGTON. A business in Buxton Avenue was burgled; the suspects forced open the home made burglar bars by the far back windows, but no entry was gained. Suspects then went and forced open the gate and roller door on the left hand side by the work shop and entry was gained. The owner can see a set of golf clubs missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.

29 SEPTEMBVER 2017 FRIDAY
01:15 SIDWELL. A business in Strang Street reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that there was suspects in the yard and the suspects took a few items out of the yard.
01:40 WALMER. A business in Main Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects only broke the window. No entry was gained. No loss. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
02:25 FERNGLEN. A residence in Glenelg Road was burgled; the suspects made a hole in the back window and gained entry. The owner can see a 55″ Hisense plasma TV, handbag containing valuables and house keys missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.PG glass stood down and replaced the window.
03:06 LOVEMORE HEIGHTS. A residence in Wyoming Place reported a trespassing incident; there were marks by the back wall where the suspects jumped over. No loss and no entry was gained into the premises.
08:27 MIRAMAR. A residence in Barrydale Road was burgled; the suspects forced open two windows at the main bedroom and entered. The owner can see a tablet, laptop and jewellery missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
10:08 COTSWOLD. A business in Warbler Street was burgled; the suspects forced open the metal sheet at the shed at the back of the premises. The owner can see a flat screen TV, motor bike, cooking pots and eight packets of nails missing at this stage. One suspect was arrested and the other three ran away. The motorbike and pots where retrieved. SAPS stood down.
15:30 LOVEMORE PARK. A residence in Milkwood Road reported a house robbery; the suspects lifted the front yard gate and entered the yard. Suspects kicked in the front door, which had no security gate. The domestic was on site, but the suspects told her to keep quite. The owner can see two plasma TV’s, jewellery, sign box and a matt missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
17:33 UITENHAGE. A residence in Canon Street reported a positive theft incident; the suspects stole copper pipes and wires from the premises.
19:06 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admirality Way reported a medical emergency; the owners’ daughter of three years old had a seizure. Gardmed stood down and stabilised the little girl and transported her to hospital.
20:18 MILL PARK. A residence in Walton Road was burgled; the suspects forced open the window frame by the entertainment area. Keyholder can see a plasma TV from the entertainment area and a laptop from the study. Response reported that they will have to wait for the owners’ to get back to see if jewellery is missing due to all the jewellery boxes being opened. Suspects broke the safe out of the closet but left it behind. Response reported that they managed to secure the window by the entertainment area and close door and lock the roll up glass door where the suspects exited by the entertainment area. SAPS stood down and will a wait for owner to return to open a case.
22:20 RICHMOND HILL. A residence in Sherlock Street notified us of an assault; the owner stopped his vehicle and was approached by two young males. Suspects stabbed the owner in the left upper arm, left hand side chest and right hand side lower arm. Response reported that they managed to stop the bleeding. Gardmed stood down and transported the patient to hospital.
23:19 KORSTEN. A business in Standford Road was burgled; the suspects entered over the fence and damaged the cameras. Suspects faces where covered. Suspects got onto the roof and made two holes in the roof and the alarm activated. SAPS stood down.

28 SEPTEMBER 2017 THURSDAY
00:14 KRAGGA KAMMA. A member of the public called in and reported that a vehicle was on fire in Kragga Kamma Road; response reported that it is a blue Toyota Cressida registration number CLG 064 EC. The vehicle belongs to someone who lives in Linton Grange. SAPS stood down and the Fire Brigade stood down.
00:29 FAIRVIEW. A residence in Mohammed Desai Street reported a house robbery; the owner confirmed that she was in her bedroom when she heard a noise in the spare bedroom. Suspects gained entry into the premises by breaking one of the windows. The owner can see a laptop and an I-pad missing at this stage. No injuries to the owner. SAPS stood down and took over the scene – non Atlas subscriber.
02:08 CENTRAL. A business in Richmond Hill Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects used an object to wedge open the front door, the suspects never managed to open the safety gate. No entry was gained into the premises.
03:11 WALMER HEIGHTS. Atlas response officers reported an arrest in Sibelius Street; response reported that they arrested 2 suspects. They had a knife and a screw driver with fake R100 notes on the,. Suspects were handed over to SAPS.
07:39 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Crane Road reported a medical emergency; the resident fell off the bed yesterday and hit his head and it started to bleed. The owners’ daughter in law stood down and transported him to Hospital.
09:17 SALISBURY PARK. A residence in Frank Wagner Road was burgled; the suspects forced open the roller gate and lifted the gate off the railing by the drive way. Suspects then went to the front door and forced open the security gate with a crow bar and kicked in the front door. The owner can see a pair of golf clubs, hard drive and a flat screen plasma TV missing at this stage.
10:06 FERNGLEN. A residence in Buckland Avenue reported an attempted burglary; the suspects tried to force open the back door with a screwdriver but only damaged the latch. No entry was gained.
10:37 CENTRAL. A business in Alfred Terrace reported an attempted theft incident; the owner was off loading boxes and when he came back to his vehicle he saw the suspect was sitting in the passenger seat of his vehicle. The suspect was busy scratching in the owners’ wallet and glove department. SAPS stood down and arrested the suspect.
10:45 WALMER. A residence in Community Street was burgled; the suspect unlatched the drive way gate and kicked in the front door. The owner can see a 71cm Sinotec TV missing at this stage.
11:31 CENTRAL. A positive theft incident was reported at the Westbourne Oval; a suspect broke the front left hand side passenger window of the teachers’ vehicle. The guard apprehended the suspect. Owner of the vehicle opened a case with SAPS.
12:20 UITENHAGE. A residence in Strelitzia Road was burgled; the suspects forced open the front gate and kicked in the front door. The owner can see a 40″ flat screen plasma, play station and four controllers missing. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
13:04 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admiralty Way reported a medical emergency; the resident fell and hurt her hip. Gardmed stood down and helped her – she did not want to be transported to hospital.
14:37 GREENBUSHES. A business in Bagli Lane reported a positive theft incident; the owner serves the customers through a fence and when the owner put the items through a fence the customer/suspect ran off with the items.
15:58 NEWTON PARK. A residence in First Avenue reported a positive theft incident; the owner reported that he arrived home and got out of his vehicle when two male suspects overpowered him. The owner managed to press the panic. Suspects grabbed the owners remote and ran down Ring Street. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
17:06 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Bognor Street reported a medical emergency; the resident is 82 years of age and has a history of heart problems. Gardmed stood down and transported the patient to hospital.
23:12 WALMER. A business in Victoria Park Drive reported that a lady and her husband were assaulted as they were walking to the vehicle. The suspects used a bat to assault the couple. The suspects came from the golf course side and they were dressed all in black. Suspects got away with the lady’s handbag. SAPS and an ambulance service stood down. The lady confirmed that she will be taking her husband to hospital.

27 SEPTEMBER 2017 WEDNESDAY
02:51 THEESECOMBE. A residence in Kragga Kamma Road reported an attempted burglary; the front window next to the sliding gate on the left hand side was forced open and the handle was broken. No entry was gained.
03:50 WALMER. A business in Victoria Drive was burgled; the suspects made a hole in the wendy house. The owner secured the wendy house best possible.
04:43 NORTH END. A business in Swartkops Street was burgled; as the owner was opening the offices he heard a noise at the back of the property. He then saw two suspects that broke into a car. One of the suspects was still in the car and was caught. The owner locked him in the bathroom while waiting for response but he managed to break away through the ceiling and ran off.
05:09 CENTRAL. A business in Parliament Street was burgled; the suspects forced open the safety gate and the front door. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage, as all the computers are still on site.
06:12 THEESECOMBE. A residence in Conradie Street reported an attempted burglary; the owner heard the suspects remove the glass by the lounge window. The owner then switched on the light and pressed the panic and the suspects then fled the scene. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
12:07 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Villiers Road reported a medical emergency; the resident confirmed that she has had pains in her chest and numbness. Gardmed stood down.
13:48 WALMER. A business in Sixth Avenue was burgled; the owner confirmed that an ex employee broke into the premises. The owner saw him on the CCTV footage.
18:56 MOUNT CROIX. A business in Mount Road was burgled; the owner confirmed that he was inside the premises when he saw the suspects climbing over with two bags and was walking down Mount Road. The wendy house lock was broken and the door forced open.
23:19 NORTH END. A business in Perkins Street reported a positive theft incident; the security guard confirms that suspects stole the trucks battery, the registration of the truck is HSW 806 EC.
23:22 MOUNT CROIX. A business in Mount Road was burgled; the suspect broke into the wendy house again. The owner confirmed that he has moved all the stock into the building now. He confirmed that he will do stock take in the morning and then contact SAPS. SAPS caught the suspect and recovered the products.
23:29 FERNGLEN. A residence in Glenelg Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects forced opened the back window and removed the burglar bars. The owner disturbed the suspects. No entry was gained into the premises.
23:48 PERSEVERANCE. A business in Kohler Street was burgled; the suspects broke the window at the quality lab and stole a computer. SAPS stood down.

26 SEPTEMBER 2017 TUESDAY
00:43 SCHOENMAKERSKOP. A residence in Marine Drive reported a house robbery; the response met up with the owner that lived next door. They confirmed that the owners were robbed but the wife could not find the husband. Response went next door to the home and found the back door open. Suspects shot the owner and response could not find a pulse. The owners’ wife managed to untie herself and run to the neighbours. Gardmed stood down and transported the wife to hospital.
00:49 SIDWELL. A business in Cadle Street reported an armed robbery; two male suspects entered the shop, one of the suspects had a firearm. Suspects took an undisclosed amount of money and a bag of sweets and fled the scene. No shots were fired. No injuries. SAPS stood down and client opened a case.
02:38 STRUANDALE. A business in Struanway reported an armed robbery; three male suspects entered the premises and one of the suspects gun pointed the security guard on site. Suspects took the security guards cell-phone and fled the scene. No injuries or shots fired. Staff was standing by for SAPS.
02:44 CENTRAL. A business in Park Drive reported an attempted burglary; on the right hand side of the front door the suspects broke the window. No entry was gained and no loss to the premises. 02:49 SUMMERSTRAND. A business in Torquay Avenue was burgled; the suspects entered by cutting the master lock with a bolt cutter. The suspects then went to the back of the premises and forced open the window and cut the burglar bars. The owner can see perfume missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
07:12 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Bradley Road reported a medical emergency; the owners’ friend had a fit. Gardmed stood down and checked on her. She refused to go to hospital.
07:31 KORSTEN. A business in Lindsay Road was burgled; the suspects gained entry by breaking the kitchen window and bending the burglar bars. The owner can see a kettle and food missing at this stage. SAPS stood down.
08:25 BLUEWATER BAY. A residence in Hillcrest Close was burgled; the suspects gained entry to the yard area by breaking a few bricks and slabs of the back boundary wall and then entering by going under the electric fence. Suspects then proceeded to go and break the bedroom window and kicked in the burglar bars. The owner can see clothing missing at this stage. Response retrieved a few clothing items as well as a bag which he handed back to the owner.
08:37 NORTH END. A business in Bellgrove Street was burgled; the suspects gained entry at the back bathroom window by breaking the window and bending the burglar bars. The owner can see an unknown amount of aluminium missing at this stage.
08:47 MILL PARK. A business in Cape Road was burgled; the suspects gained entry into the yard by climbing over the gate. The suspects entered the premises by forcing open the back bathroom window. The bathroom has no protection. The owner can see a toilet seat; light fitting and a washing barrel filled with washing missing at this stage.
10:44 HUMEWOOD EXTENSION. A residence in Woodhead Drive reported a medical emergency; the resident was complaining about pains on the left hand side of his stomach. Gardmed stood down and transported him to hospital.
23:33 NORTH END. A business in Uitenhage Road was burgled; the suspects forced open the last window at the bottom and gained entry. The owner is not sure what is missing at this stage, will follow up with inventory in the morning.

25 SEPTEMBER 2017 MONDAY
00:24 SOUTH END. A residence in Wyndham Lane was burgled; the suspects opened the kitchen window with no burglar bars and entered the premises. The owner can see a wallet missing at this stage.
05:11 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Buffelsfontein reported a house robbery; the owner confirmed that he was on the top floor when he saw the suspect at the bottom of the premises. The owner threw something towards the suspect. The suspect broke the bottom window downstairs and entered the premises. Suspect hit the owner over the head with a brick and the owner passed out. When he regained consciousness he saw that a plasma TV and laptop was missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and took over the scene. The owner confirmed that they are not monitored by Atlas but their security company was not on site.
06:13 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Solomon Street reported a medical emergency; a student who is 22 years of age was complaining of chest pain on the right hand side of his chest. He has a history of high blood pressure. He is stable; Gardmed stood down and transported him to hospital.
07:46 HUMEWOOD EXTENSION. A residence in Woodhead Drive reported a medical emergency; the response reported that the resident has pains in his lower stomach and it is moving towards his left hand side. Response reported that he declined going to hospital and confirmed that they will go in the morning.
08:00 BROADWOOD. A residence in Nathan Road reported a medical emergency; the owner confirmed that his father was sleeping and when he woke up he saw his wife was not moving or breathing and her eyes were white. Gardmed stood down and performed CPR. Gardmed declared her deceased.
10:45 SOUTH END. A business in Bridge Street reported a vandalism incident; a male suspect was on the premises and threw human faeces on the premises. The male ran into the bush. SAPS stood down.
12:36 NEAVE TOWNSHIP. A business in Kendle Street was burgled; the suspects broke the back window. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. The owner confirmed that they will check again in the morning.
14:03 GLENDININGVALE. A residence in Marlborough Street was burgled; the suspects removed the lounge window and put the window down in the lounge. Suspects then forced open the front door in the lounge area and gained entry into the bar area. The suspects took an undisclosed amount of liquor from the bar. Suspects then went up stairs where they entered into the ceiling and via the trap door and ripped the panel of the alarm. The owner can see jewellery, clothing, three plasma TV’s and other personal items missing at this stage.
17:10 WALMER. A business in Heugh Road reported an armed robbery; two suspects entered the premises pretending to be customers. The one suspect went around the counter and took out a firearm and threatened the staff. Suspects took an undisclosed amount of money and a laptop and fled in a black Yaris, no registration number was on the vehicle. No injuries on site and no shots were fired. SAPS stood down.
18:24 UITENHAGE. An attempted murder took place in Tofile Road; response reported that his colleague went and dropped him off in front of his house. As he made a U-turn two male suspects approached them, one of the suspects had a shotgun and the other one had a 9mm. The suspect with the shotgun shot at the driver’s side. The suspect with the 9mm went to the passenger side and shot at one of the response officers. He sped away to get out of the area and proceeded to the Engen garage. The one response officer was transported to hospital. SAPS stood down.

24 SEPTEMBER 2017 SUNDAY
05:41 UITENHAGE. A residence in Fremantle Street reported a trespassing incident; the suspects looked into the bedroom window and jumped over the wall when he saw the owner. The dog bit the suspect. Response caught the suspect in Fremantle Street. SAPS stood down, but they could not arrest the suspects as there was not enough evidence.
08:00 MILL PARK. A residence in Woodville Road was burgled; the suspect got over the front boundary wall and proceeded down the left hand side of the garden into the alleyway and climbed over the court yard gate. Suspect used a log to break the window and gained entry into the house. The suspect went down the passage to the bedroom where the owner was sleeping. The owner shouted and the suspect ran away and jumped out of the window. An i-Pad is missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case. No injuries on site.
10:44 HUMEWOOD EXTENSION. A residence in Woodhead Drive reported a medical emergency; the resident suffers from heart problems. The owner was losing consciousness, response managed to resuscitate the resident. Gardmed stood down and transported the owner to hospital.
20:33 MILL PARK. A residence in Young Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspect tried to force open the bedroom window on the left hand side alley. The house sitter heard a noise and went outside. The suspect saw her and ran away. No entry was gained.
20:38 KORSTEN. A business in Standford Road was burgled; the suspects entered the yard by removing the palisade fence on the right hand side. Suspects went to the back and kicked a hole in the office door. The owner can see three computers missing at this stage. One of the computers was recovered in the yard. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
23:23 WALMER. A business in Heugh Road reported an armed robbery; three suspects armed with firearms entered the premises and gun pointed the petrol attendant. Suspect took an undisclosed amount of cash and cigarettes. Suspects locked the petrol attendant up in a room and took the keys. Suspects fled in a blue Hyundai. SAPS stood down. Joe Davis stood down and assisted with the lock.

23 SEPTEMBER 2017 SATURDAY
03:50 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Ben Viljoen Road reported a house robbery; the suspects jumped into the yard and gained entry into the premises. The suspects were armed with a knife and a screwdriver. Suspects took a cell-phone, a laptop and a wallet. No injuries on site. SAPS stood down,
04:29 WALMER. A business in Heugh Road reported an armed robbery; the security guard reported that while he was on patrol, three male suspects behind the premises robbed him. The suspects held him at gun point. The suspects took his radio, cell-phone and watch. No injuries to the security guard. The security guard confirmed that the suspects ran in the direction of Walmer Township. Security guard was standing by for SAPS to open a case.
10:14 MOUNT CROIX. A residence in Dyason Street reported a vandalism incident; the suspects came over the wall and got into the garage. Nothing was taken. Client was standing by for SAPS.
10:10 CHELSEA. A residence in Link Road reported a medical emergency; the response met up with the owner who fell and hurt her hip at 04:00. Gardmed stood down and trsnaported her to hospital as she couldn’t walk.
13:26 DESPATCH. A residence in Brand Van Zyl Street reported that the suspect went into the yard and took a bicycle. Suspect was wearing a blue jacket and cream pants. Response reported that he caught the suspects in Settlers Way. SAPS stood down and took the suspect and the bicycle back to the premises in Brand Street and handed the bicycle back to the owner.
12:24 HUMEWOOD. A business in Sprayview Road reported a positive theft incident; a lady confirmed that four male suspects in a blue metallic golf stole her cell-phone and drove off. SAPS stood down and she opened a case.
13:58 LOVEMORE PARK. A residence in Glendore Road reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that they heard a loud bang outside the premises and checked and saw that a pair of shoes was stolen.
14:43 KORSTEN. A business in Standford Road reported an armed robbery; three male suspects entered the premises. One of the suspects was armed with a firearm. The suspects went to the till and took all the money that was in the cash register and threw it into a KFC bag. Suspects also robbed one of the customers of their cell-phone. Suspects fled the scene in the direction of Durban road.
17:09 UITENHAGE. A business in Stow Street was burgled; the suspects broke the back window downstairs and entered. Response reported that he saw a suspect at the back yard with a computer monitor, hand sanitizer and a soccer ball. Response reported that they checked the CCTV footage and saw the suspects inside the school. Response reported that they recovered all the items. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.

22 SEPTEMBER 2017 FRIDAY
01:09 WALMER. A business in Glendore Road was burgled; the suspects came in from the back and forced open the security gate. The owner can see an undisclosed amount of steak missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
01:17 LINKSIDE. A residence in Birdlip Avenue reported a trespassing incident; the suspect gained entry over the left hand side gate into the yard. Response arrested the suspect when he saw the suspect running down the street.
03:02 CENTRAL. A business in Frederick Street reported a positive theft incident; the suspects jumped over the fence and took diesel out of one of the trucks. Response reported that he arrested one suspect. SAPS stood down and took the suspect and response details.
03:36 DEAL PARTY. A business in Grahamstown Road reported a positive theft incident; two suspects were inside the premises and stole scrap and fled the scene over the railway side. SAPS stood down.
05:36 NEWTON PARK. A residence in Kinnersley Street reported an armed robbery; the owner said they heard a noise in the back yard and looked out the window and could not see anything. Five male suspects all armed with firearms and knives, gained entry through the bedroom window that was left open during the night. Suspects over powered the owners in their bedroom, and over powered the son in his bedroom. They were all pepper sprayed. The owners’ son had face injuries and Mr had injuries to the right hand side of his body. Suspects took jewellery, money, cell-phones and personal items out of the safe. Suspects exited the premises by the front door. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
06:45 MILL PARK. A residence in Young Road was burgled; the suspects forced open the main bedroom window and kicked in the burglar bars. Suspects cut the alarm panel wires. The suspects ransacked the house. Response can see a plasma TV missing from the flatlet area. The owner asked response to check in the cupboard if the owners’ knife collection is still there. Response reported that the collection was still there. No case was opened as the owner is away.
07:44 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admiralty Way reported a medical emergency; the resident was walking on the stairs when she fell. She complained of lower back pain. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
07:59 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Nobbs Road reported a trespassing incident; a male suspect tried to gain entry by opening the windows. The suspects saw the owner and ran away. Suspect was wearing a jean and a denim jacket.
09:29 CENTRAL. A business in Upper Dickens Street reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that there was a vagrant trespassing on site but he has left now.
11:14 KAMMA CREEK. A residence in Helens Way was burgled; the suspects forced open the security gate with a crow bar and kicked in the front door and gained entry. The domestic was on site but was at the back of the house. The owner can see two plasma TV’s, a laptop, a tablet, oakley sunglasses and an undisclosed amount of cash missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
11:44 WALMER. A residence in Fourteenth Avenue reported na armed robbery. The owner was busy gardening when two suspects over powered him and assaulted him with a metal object. They managed to get into the house and stole a Plsama TV. The owner was transported to hospital by Gardmed and SAPS stood down. The Suspects fled in a white golf GTI registration number DRB 707 EC.
12:31 HUMEWOOD EXTENSION. A residence in Woodhead Drive reported a medical emergency; one of the residents was not feeling well and has a history of heart attacks. Gardmed stood down and transported him to hospital.
21:06 LINKSIDE. A residence in Godstow Avenue was burgled; the suspects forced a window open and kicked in the burglar bars. Response spoke to the owner over the phone. The owner confirmed that there is nothing missing at this stage.
22:23 MILL PARK. A residence in King Georges Road was burgled; the suspects forced the left hand side window open which had no burglar bars. Suspects also forced a window on the right hand side of the premises in the alley way open and kicked in the burglar bars. They made a hole in the ceiling and opened the trap door into the passage. Suspects went to the main bedroom where they found the safe and took it. Client confirms that there was jewellery in the safe.
22:46 MORNINGSIDE. A residence in Boundary Lane was burgled; the suspects gained entry by forcing the bedroom window open and kicking in the burglar bars. The owner can see a 32″ plasma TV missing at this stage. Suspects also forced the door open by the braai area and broke two small windows. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.

21 SEPTEMBER 2017 THURSDAY
06:58 NEWTON PARK. A business in Fifth Avenue was burgled; the suspects broke the left hand side small window. Burglar bars intact. Suspects took a Wifi router via the window. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
07:09 LINKSIDE. A residence in Wychwood Avenue was burgled; the suspects entered the main house by forcing the sliding door open. The owner can see a laptop, tablet and cell-phone missing at this stage from the main house. Suspects then went to the flatlet and opened the bathroom window and kicked in the burglar bars. The owner can see a 32″ plasma TV, jewellery and clothing missing at this stage out of the flatlet. Suspects also took liquor from the entertainment area at the back of the house and took garden tools from the garage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
08:50 SIDWELL. A business in Haupt Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects entered at the back of the building by climbing the over the fence. Suspects then went onto the roof and broke a window on the 2nd floor. No entry was gained. No loss to premises.
09:20 NEWTON PARK. A residence in Hudson Street was burgled; the suspects climbed over the boundary wall and kicked in the front door. The owner can see a plasma TV and an amplifier missing at this stage.
09:54 WALMER. A business in Main Road was burgled; the suspects gained entry on the left hand side door by breaking a small window and entered. The owner can see a handbag and other small items missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
17:37 WALMER. A residence in Golf Road reported an armed robbery; the care giver was on her way to the premises walking in 14th avenue and short road when a male suspect wearing shorts with white stripes and a dark shirt robbed her of her cell-phone. Suspect was armed with a knife. No injuries to the care giver.
19:11 LINKSIDE. A residence in Cherwill Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects entered in the next door yard. They used a ladder against the boundary wall to gain access into the yard. The suspects closed the sliding door at the back by placing a braai in front of it and sprayed pepper spray in the area the dogs where closed in.
19:17 PARSONS HILL. A residence in Conyngham Road reported a positive theft incident; the owner was busy in his garage when he heard a vehicle engine running. He opened the garage door and saw that it was bakkie registration number CJL 326 EC that had been stolen from the premises. The owner then got into his other vehicle and followed after the bakkie that went into the New Brighton area. Owner opened a case with SAPS.
20:02 NORTH END. A business in Elizabeth Lane reported an attempted burglary; the suspects forced the small roller door on the left hand side open. When response arrived the suspects jumped into the owners’ premises next door and got away. Response recovered a bag containing tools and small bag containing four cell-phones which the suspects left behind. The owner cannot see anything missing as the suspects never gained entry into the premises. Response handed the bag of tools and cell-phones over to SAPS.
22:02 DEAL PARTY. A business in Burman Road reported an armed robbery; the owner confirmed that the last staff members were busy leaving when a white Hyundai trucked pulled up by the gate and two male suspects got out and demanded that the security guard open the gate. Another five suspects climbed out the vehicle and forced the gate open and entered. One of the suspects was armed with a firearm and threatened to shoot the guard. The owner can see keys missing and the guards’ cell-phone is missing at this stage. No entry was gained into the premises itself. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.

20 SEPTEMBER 2017 WEDNESDAY
00:45 CENTRAL. A residence in Brickmakers Kloof reported an attempted burglary; the suspects broke the bedroom window. No entry was gained.
02:57 WALMER. A residence in Prospect Road was burgled; the suspects forced open the bathroom window and entered. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. SAPS stood down.
04:54 DEAL PARTY. A business in Burman Road reported an attempted theft incident; the suspects removed the barbwire and entered the premises. Suspects attempted to steal two gas cylinders but did not succeed.S uspects did not enter the building. No loss.
06:44 WALMER. A business in Victoria Drive was burgled; the suspects removed the mesh burglar bars and entered. The owner can see a 32″ plasma missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
12:13 KORSTEN. A business in Lindsey Road reported that two suspects tried to steal the gate at the back by the boundary wall. Suspects were caught. No entry into the premises. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case. The SAPS took the suspects away.
13:54 NEWTON PARK. A residence in Lucas Street was burgled; the suspects broke a small window next to the front door and entered. Suspects stole a cell-phone that was lying on the counter.
16:34 SUMMERSTRAND. An armed robbery was reported in Galpin Street, response met up with the home owners. When he opened the house door, four male suspects armed with knives attacked them. Suspects got away with a cell-phone, five chocolates, money, a jacket and the shoes. SAPS stood down and he opened a case.
17:54 DEAL PARTY. A business in Standbridge Street reported a trespassing incident; three male suspects bent the fence at the railway line and entered the yard. The security guard saw them and pressed the panic and the suspects ran. No entry gained into the premises. No loss.
18:28 MAITLANDS. A residence in Maitlands Road reported a medical emergency; the owner faints from time to time. Response gave him some sugar water and he was stable – did not require ambulance as per owner.

19 SEPTEMBER 2017 TUESDAY
08:14 NEAVE TOWNSHIP. A business in Desmond Street reported an attempted burglary; on the left hand side of the premises the suspects broke the window, the burglar bars was still intact. Suspects tried to remove wires from inside with a stick. On the right hand side of the building suspects removed the ceiling boards. No entry was gained. No loss to the premises.
10:25 UITENHAGE. A residence in Somerset Street reported a trespassing incident; the suspects approached the owners’ front door by trying to sell a saw. The owner was not interested and closed the door and locked the security gate. The suspect forced the security gate open and entered the premises and grabbed the owners’ cell-phone. The owner chased the suspect and caught him. He got his cell-phone back. SAPS stood down and arrested the suspect and owner opened a case.
18:48 PARI PARK. A residence in Glendore Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects entered the premises and stole the owners’ lights. Response checked the bush and around in the area.
21:23 CHARLO. A residence in Angela Avenue was burgled; the suspects forced open a window and removed the burglar bar at the back behind the garage. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.

18 SEPTEMBER 2017 MONDAY
00:26 HUNTERS RETREAT. A business in Cape Road reported an assault; the owner confirmed that there was fighting at the bar and he removed the customer. The customer tried to smash the window. 06:57 HUMEWOOD. A residence in Cathcart Road reported a medical emergency; the owner fell on Sunday and was not sure if she could press her panic for her situation. Response assisted her onto the bed and dressed her. Response reported that the owners’ whole left hand side of her body is numb. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
07:00 NEWTON PARK. A business in Worraker Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects broke the front left hand side small window. The owner has a cardboard covering the window on the inside and burglar bars. No entry was gained. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage as the suspects never gained entry. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
08:21 NEAVE TOWNSHIP. A business in Lindsay Road reported a positive theft incident; over the weekend the water pipes were stolen from the premises by the left hand side big gate.Client does not want SAPS just requests visibility.
08:31 NORTH END. A business in Edgar Lane was burgled; the suspects entered through the roof into the office area and ransacked the whole office. The owner can see a plug adapter missing at this stage.
08:41 NEWTON PARK. A business in Pickering Street was burgled; the suspects entered the back yard side on to the bakkie. Suspects broke the small window of the bakkie. They then went through the warehouse and entered the office. The owner can see a laptop missing from the office.
19:03 PERSEVERANCE. A business in Perseverance Rail Station was burgled; the suspects forced the windows open and gained access into the premises. The owner cannot see anything missing from the premises at this stage.
19:53 GREENBUSHES. A business in Old Cape Road reported a medical emergency; one of the customers was short of breath. They assisted him and he stabilised. He got himself home afterwards.
22:43 DESPATCH. A residence in Freesia Crescent reported a medical emergency; the owner who is 64 years of age was not feeling well. His wife confirmed that he first complained of heartburn and then a pain over his heart. Gardmed stood down and transported him to hospital for further observation.

17 SEPTEMBER 2017 SUNDAY
01:30 GREENBUSHES. A business in Blomme Avenue reported a positive theft incident; response reported that the suspects stole cables.
03:33 GREENBUSHES. A residence in Old Cape Road reported a trespassing incident; suspects entered the yard area. The owner heard the suspects and the suspects fled. The owner can’t see anything missing.
06:34 CENTRAL. A residence in Hallack Road was burgled; the suspects forced the shed door open. Response confirmed they heard a noise on the roof and went around and found bags with drills lying on the floor. Response looked over the wall and found a gas bottle and a brand new tool set hidden behind the wall. Response arrested a suspect in the park. Response retrieved a gas canister a toolbox an owl statute and three pairs of shoes.
06:37 WALMER. A residence in Hillbrow Place had a suspect in their yard. When the response vehicle was doing his patrol he noticed the movement and arrested the suspect. Suspect was handed over to SAPS.
12:34 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admirality Way reported a medical emergency; one of the residents suffers from low blood pressure. She fell and was not feeling well. Gardmed stood down and took her to hospital.
14:46 SIDWELL. A business in Commercial Road reported an armed robbery; there were about 10 suspects that entered the shop and assaulted the staff. All the suspects had firearms with them. The owner can see an undisclosed amount of cash, cell-phones and the DVR for the CCTV missing at this stage. SAPS stood down.
15:08 SALSONEVILLE. A business in Adam Street called in and reported a medical emergency; a lady on site was having an asthma attack. They required the ambulance service only.
15:05 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Pheasant Road reported a medical emergency; one of the residents who is 82 years of age had a stroke. Gardmed stood down and transported the patient to hospital.
15:52 SIDWELL. A business in Kempston Road was burgled; the suspects kicked the back warehouse door on the left hand side open. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
18:55 PERSEVERANCE. A business in Kurland Road reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that one of the staff saw a suspect in the yard.
20:20 ALGOA PARK. A residence in Dyke Road reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that there was a male who was under the influence on his property. Response removed him from site.
23:57 SIDWELL. A business in Juta Road was burgled; the suspects smashed the wooden door. The owner can see an undisclosed amount of money missing as well as cigarettes and a cell-phone. The owner will open a case with SAPS.

16 SEPTEMBER 2017 SATURDAY
00:28 FERNGLEN. A residence in Karisma Tas Avenue reported an attempted burglary; the suspects flattened the spikes on the gate. They damaged the back door. No entry was gained. Suspects ran away into the bush.
01:23 PROVIDENTIA. A residence in Blumberg Street reported a trespassing incident; the owner said she saw fresh footprints at the back of the house. Response looked in the bush and could not see anything. Response was excused.
01:53 RICHMOND HILL. A residence in Hunt Street reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that there were suspects who attempted to break in and jumped onto the roof.
05:33 WALMER. A business in Sixth Avenue was burgled; the suspects opened the gate and broke through the glass on the door where entry was gained. Suspects went to the till area and stole cash from the register.SAP stood down and owner opened a case.
05:35 LOVEMORE PARK. A residence in Edmonds Road reported a medical emergency; the owner was not feeling well. He had two prior heart attacks and was transported to hospital by Gardmed. 07:25 NORTH END. A business in Kelly Street was burgled; the suspects entered by forcing the garage door and crawled underneath. They opened the car and stole a spare wheel, wheel spanner and battery of the car. Client did not require SAP.
08:05 KAGA LOCATION. We received a medical emergency call from a residence in Cape Road. The gentleman confirmed that his daughter who was 21 years old was discharged from hospital yesterday. His daughter had very shallow breathing and 5 minutes later she stopped breathing. Gardmed arrived and declared the daughter deceased.
08:29 BAAKENS VALLEY. A residence in Brickmakers Kloof reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that the suspects jumped over the palisade fence. Suspects stole the braai but the response recovered it in the bushes.
09:07 CHARLO. A residence in Leslie Road was burgled; the suspects removed a window by the pool side. They then went to the main bedroom and removed the safe. Keyholder confirmed safe contained Car keys house keys and Kruger coins. He opened a case with SAP.
13:50 NORTH END. A business in Govan Mbeki Avenue reported an armed robbery; three male suspects with firearms entered the store. The suspects gun pointed the security guard on entering the premises. Suspects got away with an undisclosed amount of money. SAPS stood down.
19:58 WEYBRIDGE PARK. A residence in Dentree Avenue was burgled; Response reported that he met up with the owner. Suspects smashed the main bedroom window and bent the burglar bars. The owner can see jewellery missing at this stage.

15 SEPTEMBER 2017 FRIDAY
02:00 SEAVIEW. A residence in Old Seaview Road reported a house robbery; three suspects gained entry by lifting the sliding door off the rails. Suspects went straight to the main bedroom where they tied up the owner and his wife. One of the suspects stayed in the room while the other two ransacked the house. The owner can see jewellery, a camera and a firearm missing at this stage. No injuries. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.                                                                                                                                                                                           02:10 PARSONS HILL. A business in Diaz Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects made a hole in the perimeter wall and entered into the yard. Suspects stole two car batteries.
02:12 KAMMA PARK. A residence in Paulus Street was burgled; the suspects broke into the wendy house. The door of the wendy house was not locked. Suspects ran away once the alarm went off. The owner can see nothing missing at this stage.
05:27 MILL PARK. A residence in College Drive was burgled; the suspects entered through the bedroom. The owner is missing a plasma TV at this stage.
07:51 MANGOLD PARK. A residence in Joy Street reported a house robbery; two suspects were armed with a firearm and a knife. They were in the garden awaiting the domestics’ arrival. They grabbed her and overpowered the owner. They had him at gunpoint. The domestic was hysterical; suspects began to panic then fled the scene. Suspects got away with an undisclosed amount of cash from the owners’ wallet. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
08:39 KENSINGTON. A business in Buxton Avenue was burgled; the suspects entered through the roller door. They removed the gate from the hinges and forced the roller door open. The owner is missing an aircon, five reels of copper, a bicycle, golf clubs, hand tools and a crimper. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
10:13 PERSEVERANCE. A business in Kurland Road was burgled; the suspects forced the back window open. The premises was vandalised. Response arrested the suspect. No losses as all the goods were recovered. SAPS took suspect to Swartkops police station.
15:14 WALMER. A business in Main Road reported a positive theft incident; two suspects were there confirming an appointment. They were looking around for something to steal and once the receptionist realised what they were doing she chased them out. She only noticed later on that her cell-phone was missing.
15:56 WALMER. A business in Albert Road reported a trespassing incident; response was on site and saw that there were two males on site attempting to break in but did not break anything and there were not any forced marks on doors or windows. Suspects ran away.
17:37 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admirality Way reported a medical emergency; one of the residents who is 80 years of age fell the previous night. She was still in a lot of pain – Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
19:54 WALMER. A residence in Water Road was burgled; the suspects entered the bathroom window. They ransacked the main bedroom. Suspects attempted to remove the plasma from the lounge. They used the bathroom window to exit. SAPS stood down and a skeleton docket was opened. There was a guard on site for the night.
21:12 WALMER. A business in Heugh Road reported a positive theft incident; a blue Golf filled up with R300 petrol and drove away towards the airport. They did not get the registration number. Response was excused.
21:53 UITENHAGE. A business in Van Riebeeck Street reported an armed robbery; three males entered the shop and one of them was armed. Suspects stole a Nokia and a Samsung cell-phone. One of the suspects was arrested. SAPS stood down and a case was opened.

14 SEPTEMBER 2017 THURSDAY
01:00 MICHAEL HEIGHTS. A residence in Michael Heights reported an attempted burglary; the suspects removed the window frame by the garage. The owner woke up and heard the suspects. The suspects fled the scene before gaining any entry into the premises. No loss.
02:15 LORRAINE. A residence in Montmeady Road reported a house robbery; the suspects jumped the back wall and then entered through the kitchen door. Suspects took some clothes of the domestic and held her captive there. Suspects took a plasma TV in the garage. They also took shoes and two cell-phones. The owner pressed the panic and the suspects fled over the railway line. SAPS stood down and they opened a case.
04:02 ESSEXVALE. A residence in Colchester Avenue was burgled; three suspects forced the back sliding door open and entered. Suspects took two cell-phones and a tablet. Suspects saw the owner and ran away.
07:05 NEAVE TOWNSHIP. A business in Lindsay Road was burgled, the suspects broke the top window but the burglar bars were still intact. Someone small went through the burglars bars. Suspect tried to steal a computer in the reception area but did not succeed as the burglar bars were intact. The suspects went through another window that led them into another section of the building and they broke the kitchen window. Suspects tried to steal the microwave but did not succeed as the window was to small. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
09:14 LORRAINE. A residence in Montmeady Road was burgled; the suspects kicked in the front door and forced the security gate open. The owner can see two plasma TV’s and a DSTV decoder missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
10:49 SHERWOOD. A residence in Koega Street was burgled; the suspect kicked in the front door and forced open the security gate. The owner can see a plasma TV and an Xbox 360 missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
15:14 YOUNG PARK. A residence in Archie Close reported a vandalism incident; the suspects broke the corner of the palisade fence and cut the fence. Suspects tried to steal a battery of a truck. No loss.
16:50 SOUTH END. A residence in Balfour Street reported an armed robbery; the owner went outside down the stairs towards the Baakens Valley. One suspect approached him and fought him for his wallet. Suspect took the money out the wallet and dropped the wallet and ran away. Other suspects approached him and tried to stab him with a knife for the wallet. He managed to get away and found his wallet with the cards and ID in.
20:44 UITENHAGE. A business in Market Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects shattered the front window. No entry was gained. SAPS stood down.
20:53 UITENHAGE. A business in Market Street was burgled; the suspects gained entry by the window, it was a smash and grab. Suspects took a jacket. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.

13 SEPTEMBER 2017 WEDNESDAY
01:46 MILL PARK. A business in Westview Drive was burgled; the suspects made two big holes on the roof and climbed into the roof and removed the man hole. Suspect damaged the ceiling by walking on it. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. SAPS stood down.
02:23 WALMER. A residence in Main Road was burgled; the suspects entered by the left alleyway and removed the bedroom window and gained entry. The owner cannot see any loss at this stage.
04:53 BETHELSDORP. A residence in Kettledas Road Ext 21 reported a trespassing incident; the owners’ wife confirmed that someone was tampering with the front door.
05:24 DEAL PARTY. A business in Burman Road was burgled; the suspects got onto the roof and removed the roof sheeting. Suspects entered via the roof and went into the office and storeroom. The owner can see the float missing out the cash register at this stage.
09:24 LOVEMORE PARK. A residence in Hilltop Drive reported a medical emergency; the wife was not feeling well. She is 74 years of age – Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.

12 SEPTEMBER 2017 TUESDAY
02:34 KORSTEN. A business in Juta Road reported an attempted burglary; response reported that he checked the premises .Controller informed the owner of a broken window on the premises.
03:23 COTSWOLD. A business in Highfield Road reported an armed robbery; four suspects held the security guard hostage with a knife. The suspects took his cell-phone and an undisclosed amount of money. Suspects also took three wheelbarrows from the premises and fled the scene. A case was opened a case with SAPS.
03:54 NEAVE TOWNSHIP. A business in Juta Road was burgled; the suspects forced the back sliding door open. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage, but will do stock take.
05:24 NORTH END. A business in Govan Mbeki Avenue was burgled; the suspects entered by the back side top window by forcing the window open and bent in the burglar bars. The owner can see a laptop missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and they opened a case.
05:57 COEGA. A business in Neptune Road reported a medical emergency; a male was standing behind a gate and bleeding. He had been hijacked in Central and dropped off in Coega. Gardmed arrived and transported him to hospital.
07:45 HUMEWOOD EXTENSION. A residence in Woodhead Drive reported a medical emergency; one of the residents who is 78 years of age was not feeling well and suffers from heart problems. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
07:45 SEAVIEW. A residence in Upper Seaview Road was burgled; the alarm went off early hours of the morning and her husband checked and all was fine and they cancelled the response. When they woke up they saw that the sons’ bedroom window was taken out and two laptops are missing. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
09:06 KORSTEN. A business in Juta Road was burgled; the suspects entered at the top back window. They damaged the ceiling and the electric wires are missing. The owner confirmed that he will open a case later with SAPS.
13:00 CENTRAL. A business in Govan Mbeki Avenue reported a positive theft incident; a suspect robbed one of the customers on site. The security guard on site arrested the suspect. SAPS stood down and took the suspect away. The security guard went down to the police station to give a statement.

11 SEPTEMBER 2017 MONDAY
02:29 NORTH END. A business in Green Street was burgled; the suspects entered through the roof by the store room and kicked down the door leading to the stairs by the workshop. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. The owner will do stock take later to confirm if anything is missing.
03:53 GREENBUSHES. A business in Old Cape Road was burgled; the suspects gained entry through the front right hand side kitchen window. They broke the window and removed the burglar bars. The suspects went into the bar area and took a till. Suspects put the till in a get away vehicle, the vehicle was a black golf registration number CVT 818 EC. One of the suspects were arrested while still inside the premises the other suspect got away through the bathroom window. Response recovered the till in the boot of the get away vehicle and all the tools that was used for breaking in. SAPS stood down.
06:28 WALMER. A business in Heugh Road called in and reported a burglary on site. The owner who is a non-atlas subscriber confirmed that the suspects broke the front door and took the tills. Response retrieved the tills. SAPS stood down and the owner reported a sum of cash missing from the tills.
06:34 GLENHURD. A residence in Winston Cresent was burgled; the suspects removed the window frame. They did not enter as they used a stick to remove the owners’ handbag. SAPS stood down and they opened a case.
08:19 BAAKENS VALLEY. A business in Produce Street was burgled; the suspects entered at the right hand side corner of the premises. They forced open the door. The owner can see power tools missing at this stage.
11:11 CENTRAL. A business in Flemming Street reported a positive theft incident; the owner can see a laptop missing at this stage. No break in point. She confirmed that it is a training centre and students are in and out all day.
16:23 SUMMERSTRAND. A business in Admiralty Way reported a medical emergency; a male was stabbed several times by his girlfriend all over his body. An ambulance service stood down and attended to him. He was transported to hospital.
17:44 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Crane Road reported a medical emergency; one of the residents fell and hurt his arm and leg. Response attended to the patient as he said it was not necessary for an ambulance.
20:07 CHELSEA. A residence in Old Seaview Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects cut a hole in the electric fence and crawled under the fence and got into the garage. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. It was two suspects wearing jeans and maroon shirts.
21:05 UITENHAGE. A residence in Hyacinth Avenue called in and reported an assault; response reported that a girlfriend and boyfriend had an argument and the girlfriend assaulted her boyfriend. The boyfriend had lacerations to his head and face. The ambulance service stood down and transported the patient to hospital.
22:43 COTSWOLD. A business in Highfield Road reported a trespassing incident; the supervisor confirmed that there was a suspect on site but ran off. Suspect tried stealing the roof sheeting. The suspect disappeared into the bushes.
23:42 SHERWOOD. A residence in Devon Road reported an attempted theft incident; suspect tried to steal a bicycle. No sign of the suspect.

10 SEPTEMBER 2017 SUNDAY
01:01 GELVANDALE. A business in Stanford Road was burgled; the suspects gained entry through a back window by breaking the window and cutting the burglar bars. Suspects entered into the store room. The owner can see food items missing at this stage. SAPS stood down.
01:13 SCHOENMAKERSKOP. A residence in Salix Avenue was burgled; the suspects forced open the window by the left hand side main bedroom and kicked in the burglar bars. The owner can see a 46’’ flat screen TV and a DVD player missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
02:45 CHARLO. A residence in Derbyshire Drive reported a trespassing incident; the suspects tried to force open the door. Response reported that they are in the area searching for the suspects.
09:05 BROADWOOD. A residence in Ruanne Street was burgled; the suspects forced open the back window and removed the burglar bars. The owner can only see a pair of ladies shoes and jewellery missing at this stage.
15:23 COTSWOLD. A business in Warbler Drive reported a burglary; the suspects stole an Isuzu truck from the back of the premises where another business is. The suspects saw the response checking the premises and that is when they drove through the gate and the gate fell onto the response vehicle. The owner opened a case with SAPS
22:05 NEWTON PARK. A business in Cape Road reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirms that the suspects stole something from site.

9 SEPTEMBER 2017 SATURDAY
01:18 SIDWELL. A business in Haupt Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects broke into the back building. They entered by the third window from the corner. The owner can see a computer missing at this stage.
04:33 PERSEVERANCE. A business in Kurland Road was burgled; the point of entry was the back reception area. Suspects broke the window with no burglar bars. The owner can see safety boots and a CCTV monitor missing at this stage.
04:31 WALMER HEIGHTS. A residence in Sibelius Street reported a burglary; the suspects got over the electric fence and forced open the sliding door. The owner can see a 65″inch plasma TV missing at this stage. Owner opened a case with SAPS.
07:01 NORTH END. A business in Paterson Road was burgled; the suspects gained entry through the roof. The owner can only see a power chain saw missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and he opened a case.
09:35 STRUANDALE. A business in Libertas Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects made a hole in the wall by the railway line and entered the yard. Suspects stole copper pipes by the guard house.
11:34 DEAL PARTY. A business in Stanbridge Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects made three holes in the roof. The owner cannot see any visible marks of the suspects entering. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and he opened a case.
20:31 WALMER HEIGHTS. A residence in Silverdrift Road called in and reported a burglary; the non-Atlas subscriber notified us that suspects used a ladder to get into the second floor of the premises. The owner can see jewellery missing at this stage.
21:05 FERNGLEN. A business in Stella Londt Drive reported that someone tried to break into her vehicle. One of the customers had someone try and get into her vehicle.
22:16 MILL PARK. A residence in King Georges Road was burgled; the suspects forced open the left hand side second window and kicked out the burglar bars and gained entry into the premises. The owner can see watches, coin collection, two flat screens, jewellery, a few laptops and fishing gear missing at this stage.
23:14 MILL PARK. A residence in Westview Drive reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that there was suspects in the yard. He confirmed the suspects saw Mrs and ran and jumped over the wall.

8 SEPTEMBER 2017 FRIDAY
02:00 CENTRAL. A business in Rink Street reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that a customer’s yellow Mazda was stolen. Customer wanted the supervisor to check the CCTV footage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
03:27 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admirality Way reported a medical emergency; one of the residents who is 84 years of age had a high fever. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.
03:51 SIDWELL. A business in Sutton Road was burgled; a security officer said that he saw the suspects on the roof side. The suspects damaged the fence on the left hand and stole some wiring inside. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
11:42 MILL PARK. A residence in Fairford Street reported that they met with the owner who confirmed that there were suspects visible. Response caught the suspect at the corner of Cape Road and Mill Park. Suspect is wanted for court cases. Suspect was arrested and a case was opened.
19:30 WALMER HEIGHTS. A residence in Verdi Avenue reported a burglary; the suspects forced open the daughter’s bedroom window and kicked in the burglar bars. The suspects went to the main bedroom which was bypassed for the puppies, then the suspect went to the lounge where the alarm activated. Suspects then fled the scene and that’s when the neighbour shouted at them, the neighbour only got part of the registration number. Puppies were found in the cupboard. The owner can see a computer, clothing, costume jewellery and a camera missing at this stage. The owner opened a case with SAPS.
22:25 SEAVIEW. A residence in Upper Seaview Road reported a trespassing incident; response reported that he could only see one suspect as he was wearing a yellow reflector vest. The owner confirmed that the suspect tried to jump over the fence and went closer to the garden cottage but fled the scene when he saw the Gardner.
22:41 MILL PARK. A residence in College Drive reported a trespassing incident; response reported that there are two steel gates that are bent. The neighbour chased the suspects down Cape Road but lost them.

7 SEPTEMBER 2017 THURSDAY
01:50 KORSTEN. A business in Durban Road reported that suspects damaged the security gate and got onto the roof. Suspects were arrested by response. One of the suspects is 14 years of age, and the other suspect wouldn’t give his age. No entry gained into the premises.
03:13 LINKSIDE. A residence in Shipston Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects stole two bicycles from the premises. The bicycles were at the swimming pool entertainment area. Response patrolled the area. No signs of the suspects and the bicycles.
04:21 NEAVE TOWNSHIP. A business in Kendall Street reported a trespassing incident; the suspects took the keys for the tuck-shop at the containers. No injuries to the security guard or damage to the premises.
06:10 NEWTON PARK. A business in Fourth Avenue reported an attempted burglary; the gate was bent and the door was open. No entry was gained. Response checked the premises inside no one was found.
08:47 UITENHAGE. A business in Market Street was burgled; the suspects used an item to break the front window. The owner can see 23 men’s jackets missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
14:25 MILL PARK. A residence in Fairford Street was burgled; the owners’ alarm was not armed as the domestic was on site. Suspects came from the valley side and climbed over the wall by the swimming pool. They entered by the entertainment area window which had no burglar bars and was open. The owner can see two laptops, two cameras, one full pc as well as a back pack with money and valuables inside missing. The owner opened a case with SAPS.
14:26 MILL PARK. A residence in Highbeech Road was burgled; the suspects entered at the back patio door and went to the bedroom. The owner can see costume jewellery missing at this stage.
21:35 UITENHAGE. A business in Thorn Street was burgled; the suspects gained entry through the neighbour’s electric fencing. Suspects bent the copper pipes at the back of the premises and forced open the side door. The owner cannot see any loss at this stage.

6 SEPTEMBER 2017 WEDNESDAY
19:12 WALMER. A business in Giulietti Road reported a trespassing incident; the security guards reported that suspects were surveying the area but when they saw the security guards they ran away.
23:36 NORTH END. A business in Olive Street reported a positive theft incident; a suspect stole a spare wheel off one of the vehicles that was parked outside the premises.

5 SEPTEMBER 2017 TUESDAY
01:46 WALMER HEIGHTS. A residence in Sibelius Street was burgled; the alarm was not armed but the owner did press the panic. Suspects forced the sliding door open and entered. The owner can see an iPhone missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
01:48 WALMER HEIGHTS. A residence in Sibelius Street was burgled; the suspects forced the lounge door open. The owner can see a plasma TV missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
03:39 MARKMAN INDUSTRIAL. A business in Markman Road was burgled; six male suspects removed two of the slabs of the wall. They then entered the compressor room. Suspects entered one of the offices. So far the keyholder can see one computer missing. The keyholder confirmed that he will verify with the owner later. SAPS stood down and the keyholder opened a case.
08:41 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admirality Way reported a medical emergency; one of the residents was not feeling well. He had just come back from hospital the Friday. Gardmed stood down and transported him to hospital.
09:40 PARSONS HILL. A residence in Tucker Street reported a trespassing incident; the suspects forced the owners’ daughter room window open. The suspect was a male. The owner went and looked and saw the suspect. No entry was gained into the premises.
10:49 PARI PARK. A residence in Rossini Road reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that she heard someone tampering with the door at the back of the premises. No entry gained.
20:32 KAMMA HEIGHTS. A residence in Averhof Street reported a medical emergency; one of the residents suffers from anxiety attacks and the medication had a negative effect on her. Gardmed stood down and checked her blood pressure and sugar – she confirmed she will see the doctor in the morning.

4 SEPTEMBER 2017 MONDAY
01:07 SIDWELL. A school in Sutton Road reported a vandalism incident; the suspects cut the alarm wires. No entry was gained into the premises.
01:33 SIDWELL. A business in Kempston Road was burgled; the suspects broke the window by the boardroom and kicked in the burglar bars. The owner can see two computers screens missing at this stage.
01:45 WESTERING. A residence in Bramlin Street confirmed that a suspect was in their yard. The suspects stole a white Nissan bakkie and then they drove into a wall in Sylvia Cresent. One of the suspects ran away and that’s when he tried to hide in the owners’ yard. SAPS stood down and arrested the suspects.
06:47 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Pheasant Road reported a medical emergency; one of the residents, 83 years of age was complaining of shoulder pain. Gardmed stood down and transported him to hospital.
06:51 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admirality Way reported a medical emergency; one of the residents had a chest of drawers fall on them. Gardmed stood down and transported the patient to hospital for further observation.
07:00 WALMER. A medical incident occurred in Webber Street. A cyclist was hit by a work van, Gardmed stood down and performed CPR but the cyclist had passed away.
07:08 NEWTON PARK. A business in Pickering Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects threw a brick through the window. No entry was gained. The attempted break in happened the weekend. Client just wanted the response to check with him inside. Nothing is missing.
07:38 PARI PARK. A residence in Glendore Road reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that suspects tried to steal her old Isuzu bakkie. They managed to push it onto the gravel road but only stole the battery.
10:47 BAAKENS VALLEY. A business in Hortons Street reported a positive theft incident; the suspects stole a big sign board and the canvas covering the garage doors. They also stole the security gate. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
13:45 NORTH END. A business in Sidon Street was burgled; the suspects entered by the roof at the office. Suspects removed the sheeting and entered the premises. The owner can see a laptop missing. Suspects scratched in the cupboards as well.
14:52 SUMMERSTRAND. A business in Marine Drive reported a medical emergency; someone at the restaurant was having a fit. Gardmed stood down and transported her to hospital.

3 SEPTEMBER 2017 SUNDAY
01:23 UITENHAGE. A residence in Van Der Riet Street was burgled; the suspects removed the back kitchen window. No entry was gained.
02:37 WALMER HEIGHTS. A residence in Idlewylde Crescent was burgled; the suspects gained entry by forcing the sliding door open. The alarm was not armed. Owner can see a 55″ TV, jewellery, small TV, laptop, an iPad, kettle and a toaster missing at this stage.
02:58 PARSONS RIDGE. A residence in Colorado Street reported that their car was broken in to. The suspects broke the right hand side window and the windscreen of the car. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
03:02 GREENBUSHES. A business in Ericadene Road was burgled; response reported that that the break was at the garage side. The owner is not sure if anything is missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
05:27 MILL PARK. A business in Cape Road was burgled; the suspects forced the security gate open and kicked in the front door. The owner can see various expensive glasses missing and the suspects took an entire display cabinet containing glasses. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
10:06 FERNGLEN. A residence in Glenddale Avenue was burgled; the suspects removed the bathroom window and gained entry. They went to the main bedroom and ransacked the room. The safe was forced opened and the owner confirmed a firearm, money and jewellery are missing at this stage. The suspects then used the main bedroom window as an exit point by removing the burglar bars. The master lock was damaged and was laying in the garden and a cell-phone inside the premises which possibly could have been the suspects. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
10:40 KUNENE PARK. A residence in Cade Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects broke the sliding door off the rails, but the security gate was still locked and intact. No entry was gained. No loss reported. SAPS stood down. The owner opened a case.PG glass stood down and replaced the window.
14:37 SCHOENMAKERSKOP. An assault was reported in Victoria Drive; three male suspects with pangas assaulted a woman and hit her. The suspects took cameras, a cell-phone, jewellery, cards and cash from the people. Response found a handbag in the bush with cosmetics. SAPS stood down and a case was opened.
16:29 BEVERLEY GROVE. A residence in Collindale Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects removed the screws from the window but the window was not broken and entry was not gained. The incident happened at the garage.
16:46 MILL PARK. A residence in College Drive was burgled; response reported on arrival they started to chase the suspects but the suspects got away. Suspects kicked in the front door. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. Suspects tried to steal cooldrink but all was recovered.
17:51 WALMER. A residence in Main Road was burgled; the suspects forced the window open on the left hand side of the front door and bent the burglar bars. The owner can see jewellery missing so far. The owner was standing by for SAPS and when they arrive he will open a case.
20:13 WOODLANDS. A residence in Montagne Road was burgled; the suspects entered at the main bedroom bathroom window. Suspects kicked in the burglar bars. The owner can see a TV and a laptop with a few small other items missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.

2 SEPTEMBER 2017 SATURDAY
02:00 WALMER. A business in Villiers Road was burgled; the suspects forced the back door open and gained entry. The owner can see a computer screen and a laptop missing at this stage.
02:41 OVERBAAKENS. A residence in Avon Place reported a house robbery; the suspects jumped the wall by AG Visser Road side. Suspects then kicked in the glass door by the TV room side. The owner and his wife were sleeping when they heard the noise. Suspects tried to put his leg through and the client started fighting the suspects. No entry gained into the premises only damage to the property. SAPS stood down.
08:23 SIDWELL. A business in Sutton Road reported a positive theft incident; response reported that it was a customer that was robbed not the premises. Three suspects robbed a customer, the suspects had knives. No injuries.
13:14 NEWTON PARK. A business in Fourth Avenue reported an armed robbery; the owner confirmed that they were busy locking up when three armed male suspects entered the shop. Suspects told all the staff to go stand in a corner. Suspects took an undisclosed amount of money. Suspects also fled the scene in the owners’ gold/brownish Kia Picanto registration number FTK 765 EC. No injuries. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
13:34 UITENHAGE. A business in Caledon Street reported an armed robbery; three suspect gun-pointed the owner and took a bag from the owner containing a large sum of cash. Suspects fled the scene in a white Renault. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
14:46 HUMEWOOD EXTENSION. A residence in Woodhead Drive reported a medical emergency; one of the residents was not feeling well. She felt a bit weak on her left hand side. Gardmed stood down and put her on a drip. They transported her to hospital.
16:08 NORTH END. A business in York Road reported a vandalism incident; the front yard beams where bent. Response and the owner checked the yard and nothing was out of place.
18:55 WALMER. A residence in Water Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects forced the pedestrian door open. No entry to the premises was gained.
19:14 NORTH END. A business in North Street reported a positive theft incident; a white bakkie was on site, they took a pole and drove away.
20:25 CHARLO. A residence in Gleneagles was burgled; the suspects jumped onto the wall and then walked the wall to the back and jumped off. Suspects broke the back window and kicked in the burglar bars. Suspects stole a laptop that was next to the window.
20:42 WALMER. A business in Water Road reported a house robbery; the suspects entered through the main bedroom window by removing the window from the frame. Suspects entered and assaulted the owner. The owner can see antique jewellery worth a lot of money, missing that was in the safe. The owner can also see a plasma TV missing and suitcase with clothing missing. Suspects used the front door as an exit point. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.

1 SEPTEMBER 2017 FRIDAY
00:16 COTSWOLD. A residence in Lewerkie Street reported a trespassing incident; the owner heard a loud bang. One of the wires was damaged on the electric fence. Suspects were in the yard but gained no entry into the house. SAPS stood down.
03:50 NEAVE TOWNSHIP. A business in Kendle Street was burgled; response reported that there is a computer mouse laying on the ground outside and the blinds to the window. The owner was not willing to go down to the premises. The owner confirmed he will go down later in the morning and then open a case with SAPS.
05:09 NEWTON PARK. A business in Newton Street was burgled; the suspects entered by the balcony window that was closed but not latched. Suspects forced two registers opened by the bar; there was no cash inside of the registers. Suspects ripped the keypad and the one passive. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
06:50 PARI PARK. A residence in Rossini Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects broke the right hand side back window of the vehicle. Suspects took two speakers and a radio. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
06:56 NORTH END. A business in Paterson Road was burgled; the suspects entered from the roof on the workshop side and suspects broke an internal window and tried to remove a blow torch. Nothing missing from site. SAPS stood down and owner opened a case.
10:21 SEAVIEW. A suicide was reported in Main Seaview Road; response reported that he met up with the people that found the body. Response reported that the person fired two shots into his mouth and they came out the back of his head. The member’s family stood down. The necessary people stood down.
17:32 KABEGA PARK. A residence in Eikehof Heilbron Street was burgled; the suspects entered via the rubbish room. The suspects broke the lock to the rubbish and entered the complex. Suspects jumped over the owners’ gate and removed a DVD Player and clothing from their entertainment area. No forced entry marks.
19:29 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A burglary was reported in Prestwick Gardens; the suspects forced the main bedroom window open and kicked in the burglar bars. The owner can see a 75″ plasma TV and an iPad missing at this stage.
20:24 NEWTON PARK. A house robbery was reported in 4th Avenue; when response arrived on site SAPS would not allow them on the scene. This was not an Atlas subscriber.
21:35 FRAMESBY EXTENSION. A residence in Atlanta Crescent reported a trespassing incident; the suspects entered the yard from the back neighbours yard. The dogs tried to attack the suspects and they sprayed the dogs with pepper-spray. Suspects then ran away. No entry was gained into the house.