30 SEPTEMBER 2018 SUNDAY
02:46 NEWTON PARK. A business in Cape Road reported a vandalism incident; the owner confirmed a customer threw a tray at the window out of anger when the petrol attendant did not answer him. SAPS stood down and arrested the customer.
05:01 PERSEVERANCE. A business in Make Peace Street was burgled; the suspects entered the yard and broke the padlock on the container. The owner can see copper missing.
06:29 NORTH END. A business in Downing Street was burgled; the suspects smashed the right hand side window and climbed through the burglar bars. The owner cannot see what is missing at this stage.
09:11 NORTH END. A business in Bellgrove Street was burgled; the suspects smashed the back window and removed the burglar bars. No loss was reported.
11:11 NEWTON PARK. A business in Mangold Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects damaged 3 windows. No entry gained and no loss reported.
18:27 KAMMA PARK. A house robbery was reported in Nerina Avenue; when the owner arrived home the suspects were already inside the house. Suspects saw the owner and they assaulted the owner with a vacuum cleaner. The owner can see a laptop missing.
20:44 WILLOW GLEN. A residence in Glenroy Drive reported a medical; the owner cut her ring finger with the mirror. The paramedics stood down.

29 SEPTEMBER 2018 SATURDAY
00:45 CENTRAL. A business in Govan Mbeki Avenue reported an armed robbery; two male suspects entered the store and demanded money from the cash register. One suspect was armed with a firearm. Suspects got away with money, chips and cigarettes.
01:21 KWANOBHULE. A business in Gxiya Street was burgled; the suspects kicked in the wooden door and forced the security gate open. The owner can see a computer tower missing at this stage.
15:20 UITENHAGE. A business in Constitution Road reported a positive theft incident; the owner caught 2 suspects stealing in the shop. All goods were retrieved.
15:37 SUNRIDGE PARK. A residence in Abelia Street reported a medical; the owner confirmed that she walked across the road when she got bumped by a vehicle on the left hand side arm. The paramedics stood down and transported her to hospital.
19:44 DESPATCH. A business in Main Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects bent the burglar bars and forced the kitchen window open. No loss reported.

28 SEPTEMBER 2018 FRIDAY
01:12 MILL PARK. A business in Cape Road was burgled; the suspects smashed the back bathroom window to enter. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
01:42 MILL PARK. A business in Salisbury Avenue reported a burglary; the suspects forced the front window open. The owner can only see money missing. Response arrested the suspect when he jumped the wall.
02:19 GELVAN PARK. A business in Stanford Road was burgled; the suspects smashed the back window and bent the burglar bars. The owner can see a projector and alcohol missing.
02:57 MAITLANDS. A residence in Maitlands Street was burgled; the suspects forced a door open with a crow bar. The owner can see a plasma TV and a duvet missing.
05:01 KORSTEN. A business in Durban Road was burgled; the suspects kicked the back door in. The owner can see men’s jeans missing from site.
05:52 DEAL PARTY. A business in Stanbridge Street reported an arrest; the owner confirmed that 2 suspects entered and stole goods from site. Response arrested the 2 suspects on the railway lines carrying 15 irons each.
09:03 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Pheasant Road was burgled; the suspects smashed the garage window on the right hand side. No entry gained and no loss reported.
11:17 BEN KAMMA. A residence in Visagie Street reported a vandalism incident; the suspects tried to cut the fence. No entry gained and no loss.
14:43 NORTH END. A business in Govan Mbeki reported a robbery from person; three suspects robbed 3 school girls of their cellphones. Response was excused from site.
21:26 CENTRAL. A residence in Govan Mbeki Avenue was burgled; the suspects smashed the back door and kicked the security gate in. The owner cannot see anything missing.

27 SEPTEMBER 2018 THURSDAY
02:38 UITENHAGE. A medical was reported in Markey Street; someone in their 30’s tried to commit suicide by cutting his throat. He was transported to hospital.
04:24 SIDWELL. A business in Strang Street was burgled; the suspects forced the front window open and bent the burglar bars. Suspects pulled 3 PPT radios through the window.
07:51 GELVANDALE. A burglary was reported in Kobus Road; the suspects smashed the front window and entered. The owner can see 1 cash register and steel pipes missing.
08:49 MALABAR. A residence in Haworthia Drive reported a medical; the owner called in and asked response to check on his wife as he is not in town and she is not answering her phone. Response arrived and saw the owners’ wife lying on the kitchen floor. The paramedics got to site and declared her deceased.
13:19 FERNGLEN. A residence in Ralston Road reported a medical; the residents neighbour went and checked on her and found her on the bed. The paramedics stood down and declared the owner deceased.
15:47 COTSWOLD. A residence in Compton Road was burgled; the suspects entered through the bathroom window and kicked the burglar bars in. The owner can see cameras; laptops and jewellery missing.
20:09 CENTRAL. A business in Cape Road reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that a customer left his bag containing a laptop with the security officer while he was in the shop. Three suspects stole the laptop. One suspect was caught by the security officer but the laptop was already missing.

26 SEPTEMBER 2018 WEDNESDAY
03:03 KORSTEN. A business in Pax Street was burgled; the suspects forced the security gate open and kicked the front door in. The owner can see a computer missing.
07:55 UITENHAGE. A trespassing incident was reported in Maitlands Road; the owner confirmed that she was in her room when she heard someone enter by the front door. No loss.
10:44 SHERWOOD. A residence was burgled in Cartmoor Street; the suspects kicked the front door in. The owner can see a TV missing at this stage.
13:16 SUNRIDGE PARK. A residence in Kragga Kamma Road reported a medical; the owner who is 85 years old passed away due to natural causes. Response was excused from site.
14:27 SYDENHAM. A school in Prince Alfred Road reported a medical; a 9 year old child smashed a window trying to break in. The glass cut his wrist. The paramedics stood down and transported him to hospital.
15:21 FERNGLEN. A residence in Glendale Avenue reported a vandalism incident; the owners’ son was smashing stuff and throwing goods inside the house. Response had to restrain him with his hand cuffs as he tried to grab the firearm.
19:51 SHERWOOD. A residence in Glenroy Place reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that he was busy spring cleaning and he placed a faulty plasma with other goods outside. Two suspects came into the yard and stole the items. SAPS caught the suspect.
20:06 RICHMOND HILL. A residence in Raleigh Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects broke the small back window of the owners’ vehicle. A laptop and documentation was stolen.
21:30 WALMER. A residence in Prospect Road reported an attempted theft incident; the owner confirmed that the suspect tried to steal his lawnmower. When the owner saw the suspect he ran away.
22:09 WALMER. A trespassing incident was reported in Prospect Road; the owner caught a suspect in his yard. He kept him there until the SAPS got there.

25 SEPTEMBER 2018 TUESDAY
06:59 UITENHAGE. A business in Cuyler Street reported an armed robbery; two males entered the premises when the receptionist opened. The one suspect had a firearm and took all the staff to the back of the premises, the other suspect was with the reception area and took cash from her handbag. Suspects also took cellphones, and an undisclosed amount of money.
08:38 NEWTON PARK. A residence in Fourth Ave reported an attempted burglary; the suspect smashed the small window. No entry gained.
11:48 THEESECOMBE. A residence in Jacaranda Road reported an assault; the domestic worker saw that one of the workers was stealing vegetables. She then confronted him and he stabbed her.
13:33 DESPATCH. A business in Amper Bo Street reported a positive theft incident; the suspects stole razor wire on the back of the premises, as per the owner this might have happened over the week end already. Client is not opening a case.
18:19 MALABAR. A residence in Rudolf Street reported a medical; the owner confirmed his wife fell and hit her head. The owner was declared deceased
20:28 SUMMERSTRAND. A business in Marine Drive reported a robbery from person; a tourist was robbed by three male suspects of his bank card. The tourist has gone to stop his card and not opening a case.
20:36 CHARLO. A business in Springfield Road was burgled; the suspects forced the front door and security gate open and entered into the premises. The owner is missing a plasma TV.
22:08 WESTERING. A residence in Currie Street reported a medical; the owner fell and hit his head. The paramedics stood down and treated the owner on scene as his blood pressure was high.
23:25 CENTRAL. A business in Govan Mbeki Avenue reported a robbery from person; the customer entered the shop and there were three males inside the store. When the customer left, the three males followed him and stabbed him. They stole his wallet and cellphone. Response confirmed the customer was very confused he claimed his girlfriend was with him but he was alone as per the staff. SAPS stood down and will be escorting the male to hospital.
23:56 SIDWELL. A business in Cadle Street reported a positive theft incident; the suspect jumped over the wall and stole a broken compressor and fled on foot. One of the petrol attendants tried to chase after the suspect but no luck.

24 SEPTEMBER 2018 MONDAY
01:02 MILL PARK. A business in Cape Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects smashed a window on the right hand side of the premises. No entry gained.
01:38 GELVAN PARK. A business in Stanford Road was burgled; the suspects smashed the windows and bent the burglar bars. Client can see two beers missing.
07:47 FRAMESBY. A residence in Kyle Road reported a medical; the owner who is 83 years of age had a minor stroke. She was taken to hospital.
08:07 SYDENHAM. A business in Uitenhage Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects smashed the front window. No entry gained.
10:43 UITENHAGE. A business in Verwoerd Drive Vanes Estate reported a medical; the owners’ tractor had mechanical problems. The employee tried to stop the tractor by jumping in front of the back wheel. The tractor had too much momentum and drove over both of the employees legs. Worker broke his left hand side upper leg and ankle.
13:10 FRAMESBY EXTENTION. A residence in Atlanta Crescent reported a trespassing incident; the suspects were busy entering the front door when the owner heard the door handle. The owner opened the front door and suspects ran away.
15:58 CENTRAL. A business in Clyde Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects broke the window but no entry gained.
17:27 SUNRIDGE PARK. A residence in Tulip Avenue was burgled; the suspects had a key to premises and safe. Suspects entered and went to the keypad and disarmed the alarm. They opened the safe with the key. Hand riffle’s, hunting rifles, revolvers, pistols and jewellery is missing. Suspects locked the safe and armed the alarm again.
20:18 PARSONS HILL. A business in Tucker Street reported an attempted burglary; attempted break-in by the back door. No entry gained.
20:39 SHERWOOD. A residence in Sonic Close was burgled; the suspects gained entry through the doggy door at the back of the premises. A laptop and a welding band are missing.
23:26 GREENBUSHES. A business in Blomme Avenue reported an attempted theft incident; the suspects tried lifting the roof plating.

23 SEPTEMER 2018 SUNDAY
07:47 DESPATCH. A business in Eland Street reported a positive theft incident; the suspects gained entry by the front driver’s door. A laptop, car radio, car speakers and a bag of clothing was missing.
12:27 DESPATCH. A residence in Kerk Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspect jumped over the wall. Suspects stole 4 galvanised pipes and a full set of rims with tyres.
14:51 CENTRAL. A business in Westbourne Road reported an armed robbery; seven suspects entered the premises all armed with firearms. Suspects stole money and cigarettes .Suspects ran away on foot.

22 SEPTEMBER 20218 SATURDAY
02:27 WALMER. A business in Heugh Road was burgled; the suspects gained entry by removing the window and cutting the burglar bars with a bolt cutter. Premises was ransacked.
07:38 PARSONS RIDGE. A residence in Diaz Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects broke into the owners’ truck and stole 3 subs, an amplifier and wallet with money in. Suspects attempted to steal a machine out of the yard.
17:33 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Southport Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects broke the rear back window of the vehicle and took the radio. The owner will open up a case with SAPS.
17:47 UITENHAGE. A residence in Malan Crescent Vanes Estate was burgled; the suspects gained entry by opening the main bedroom window and forcing the security gate open. The suspects took a plasma TV and a water tap.
17:53 ADCOCKVALE. A residence in Hobson Street reported a medical; response reported that a male was seen mowing the lawn and went and sat on the front porch. He passed away while sitting there from natural causes.
22:54 ESSEXVALE. A residence in Target Kloof reported a trespassing incident; response checked the premises and caught a male on site for trespassing.

21 SEPTEMBER 2018 FRIDAY
07:20 UITENHAGE. A business in Schonlan Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects tried to gain entry through the front roller door. No entry gained due to burglar bars.
07:39 ALGOA PARK. A business in St Leonards Street was burgled; the suspects forced the back door open and entered into the building. The owner is missing a safe with 2 tills.
08:03 UITENHAGE. A residence in Cawood Street Vanes Estate reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that she noticed the suspect in the yard removing the spotlights and once the suspect saw the owner he fled from the premises dropping the lights on the ground. Response arrived and the owner gave a clothing description of the suspect.
08:06 NEWTON PARK. A business in Fourth Avenue reported an attempted burglary; the suspects entered at the back of the premises by trying to smash a window. The burglar bars were still intact – no entry gained
08:22 NEWTON PARK. A residence in Fourth Avenue was burgled; the suspects broke 3 different windows and entered at the board room area. The owner is missing a plasma TV.
10:45 WALMER. A business in Eleventh Avenue reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that water pipes by the back bathroom were stolen. Two windows were open at the back with burglar bars still intact.
14:44 SYDENHAM. A business in Ambrose Street reported an armed robbery; four males entered the premises. One suspect had a knife and the other one has a firearm. Suspects took an undisclosed amount of money and cigarettes.
14:59 WESTERING. A residence in Lunar Close was burgled; the suspects entered by lifting a roof tile and entering through the ceiling. Suspects ransacked the entire house. Suspects took a pistol out of the safe. They also ripped the whole alarm system and broke the main bedroom sliding door as well as a window at the garage.
15:09 WEYBRIDGE PARK. A residence in Woodlands Avenue was burgled; the suspects forced the back sliding door open. The suspects entered the premises and took 3 TV’s, teapots, spoons, keyboards, clothes, laptop and jewellery.
21:14 NEWTON PARK. A residence in Fifth Avenue was burgled; the suspects smashed the right hand side bedroom window and kicked in the burglar bars. Suspects took 2 plasma TV’s. Client opened up a case with SAPS.
23:34 BOOYSENS PARK. A residence in Booysen Park Drive reported an attempted burglary; the suspects threw a brick through the window.

20 SEPTEMBER 2018 THURSDAY
01:59 STRUANDALE. A business in Kenako Centre was burgled; the suspects came to the premises and made a hole in the window. No entry gained into the premises as the owner has security gates on the inside. Suspects did however pull 4 ladies jackets through the window.
04:06 SUMMERSTRAND. A business in Beach Road was burgled; the suspects entered at the back of the premises. They forced a sliding door open and entered. The suspects took a laptop and fled the scene.
06:05 SIDWELL. A business in Kempston Road reported a vandalism incident; the suspects came to the premises and damaged the lock. They also ripped the intercom cover off. No entry gained into the yard.
06:53 SIDWELL. A business in Commercial Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects smashed the window by the reception area. No entry gained into building due to burglar bars on the inside.
07:57 NEWTON PARK. A business in King Edward Street was burgled; the suspects came to the premises and forced a window open on the L/H/S to gain entry. The owner reported a heater missing.
07:49 SUNRIDGE PARK. A residence in Lilac Avenue reported a medical; the owner at one of the units had fallen the night before and was complaining of open fractures. The owner was transported to hospital.
08:45 CHARLO. A business in Circular drive was burgled; the suspects came to the premises and entered by stacking the roof tiles on top of each other and made a hole in the roof. No loss reported by the owner.
12:16 ALGOA PARK. A residence in St Leonards Road was burgled; the suspects forced the kitchen window open and bent the burglar bars. The owner is missing a 32 inch flat screen.

19 SEPTEMBER 2018 WEDNESDAY
07:05 GREENBUSHES. A residence in Dustpan Farm Draaifontein reported a burglary; when response arrived on site he saw the suspects and once they saw the response the one started running. Both suspects were arrested by response officer.
07:40 SIDWELL. A business in Haupt Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects broke four aluminium window frames and also attempted to remove the burglar bars. The suspects then used a wire and formed it in a hook to grab items through the window.
10:58 UITENHAGE. An arrest was reported in Brebner Street; two suspects tried to break in at premises. Atlas Security Arrested one of the suspects.
17:11 COTSWOLD EXTENSION. A residence in Finch Street was burgled; the suspect broke the bedroom window and forced the burglar bars open. The owner is missing a tablet and a small GPS.
23:20 NEAVE TOWNSHIP. A business in Haupt Street reported a positive theft incident; the suspects stole copper pipes at the back of the premises no entry gained into building.

18 SEPTEMBER 2018 TUESDAY
12:37 CHARLO. A residence in Selbourne Road reported a medical; the owner suffers with low blood and was feeling dizzy. The ambulance service stood down and transported the owner to hospital.
14:00 WALMER. A business in Prospect Road reported a medical; one of the staff was working on the roof and slipped and fell off the ladder. Staff member broke his arm as well as injured his mouth. The paramedics arrived on site and treated the staff member.
22:34 DESPATCH. A residence in Freesia Street reported a trespassing incident; two suspects entered the yard, one suspect got onto the roof and the other one was fiddling at the back door. The owner then pressed the panic and suspects fled.
03:05 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Bradley Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspect entered the yard and tried to force the back door open by using a screw driver. No entry and no loss reported.

17 SEPTEMBER 2018 MONDAY
00:03 UITENHAGE. A business in Rich Street Central reported an attempted burglary; the suspects broke a window and ripped the wire to one of the sensors that was situated close to the window. No entry was gained into the premises.
01:17 DESPATCH. A business in Graham Bell Street was burgled; three suspects went to the office where they broke the security gate open. They stole a 19″ computer screen and a petty cash box filled with coins and a grinder. Suspects proceeded to the storeroom where they opened the shutter door.
03:24 GELVAN PARK. A business in Stanford Road was burgled; the suspects broke one of the back windows and bent the burglar bars. Access was gained into the premises.
03:30 KORSTEN. A business in Durban Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects attempted to break the back door by cutting off two locks. They stole an electrical cable from the generator.
07:23 WALMER. A business in Fifth Avenue was burgled; the suspects entered the court yard and went to the office. They forced the window open and pulled the burglar bars out. The owner can see an Imax Apple and computer missing at this stage.
09:29 MOUNT CROIX. A business in Mandy Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects made a hole in the window. No entry gained and no loss reported.
10:33 NEWTON PARK. A business in Mangold Street was burgled; the suspects forced the window open and bent the burglar bars. The owner is missing a laptop.
18:16 LORRAINE. A residence in Brent Road reported a house robbery; the owner went to sleep with the door unlocked and alarm unarmed. Suspects entered via front door and the owner woke up and saw. Suspects overpowered the owner and stabbed him. Suspects took a laptop and fled.
18:46 UITENHAGE. A business in Constitution Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspect entered and took 2 bottles of Vodka from the shelves and hid it under her top. The security apprehended the suspect.
19:03 CENTRAL. A residence in Edward street reported a positive theft incident; the suspects entered the complex as the gate was open due to it being broken. Suspects came to the one unit and entered at the back door that was open. They took the vehicle keys and fled in the owners’ vehicle. SAPS stood down.
22:50 CHARLO. A residence in Christopher Avenue reported a domestic violence incident; it started when the couple were out – the owner did not want to drive so she walked home. Couple started arguing. The owner was taken to hospital.

16 SEPTEMBER 2018 SUNDAY
00:31 THEESECOMBE. A residence in Welcome Road reported a vandalism incident; the suspects broke the key switch outside the garage. No entry was gained.
00:42 COTSWOLD . A residence in Notgrove Avenue was burgled; the owner forgot the garage door open. Suspects just walked into the garage and stole a toolbox, grinder and a drill.
01:24 COLLEEN GLEN. A business in Thembani Road was burgled; the owner confirmed that one of his workers phoned him and informed him that seven suspects are trying to break into the premises. Two of the suspects were armed with AK-47 rifles. The worker locked himself in the flatlet when he saw the rifles. Suspects gained entry by the storeroom where they kicked the door open. Suspects stole a TV, home theatre system and beds. Response found three mattresses and component of the home theatre system.
04:27 DESPATCH. A residence in President Reitz Street reported a positive theft incident; the owners’ vehicle alarm went off. The owner then saw the left hand side window of his bakkie was broken. The owner confirmed that nothing was stolen.
08:21 MILL PARK. A business in Cape Road reported a positive theft incident; four male suspects driving a maroon Mazda entered the shop and stole various items. SAPS searched the area and found the suspects in Settlers Way. The suspects were arrested by SAPS.
10:14 BLUEWATER BAY. A residence in Zephyr Close was burgled; the suspects entered through the front window. They took a cellphone and one computer.
16:50 THEESECOMBE. A residence in Kragga Kamma Road reported a medical; the resident in the flatlet was not feeling well and passed out. He hit his head against the wall. The ambulance service stood down and attended to the resident.
16:52 DESPATCH. A residence in Midvale Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects broke the kitchen window which had no burglar bars and the lounge window was forced opened. The owner can see nothing missing at this stage. SAPS stood down and the owner opened a case.
17:04 DEAL PARTY. A residence in Ossewa Street was burgled; the suspects gained entry by the laundry area. Suspects pulled out the glass of the window that was cracked and opened the latch. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
17:30 KABEGA PARK. A residence in Great West Way reported a medical; the owner had a mild seizure and was very confused. The paramedics stood down and checked the owners’ vitals.
20:03 GREENBUSHES. A business in Old Cape Road reported a vandalism incident; the owner showed the response a broken window. Response reported that he window was hit with a fist. Response reported that there are a lot of people on site having a party.

15 SEPTEMBER 2018 SATURDAY
00:45 MARKMAN. A business in Markman Road reported a robbery from person; five suspects approached the security guard. They stole the security guards cellphone and ran away.
02:52 WALMER. A residence in Villiers Road was burgled; the suspects forced the window open and kicked in the burglar bars. Suspects gained no entry .No loss to premises.
03:09 KWANOBHULE. A business in Gxiya Street was burgled; response saw that the suspects sawed the lock of the slide gate open and the door to the staff room was forced open. Response reported that he cannot see anything missing at this stage.
03:39 UITENHAGE. An arrest was reported in Cuyler Manor Road; response drove past suspicious males. The males had pangas in their hands. Response turned around and got out of his vehicle and pointed his gun at the suspects and demanded that they drop the pangas. Response apprehended the suspects. SAPS stood down and arrested the suspects.
04:23 LINTON GRANGE. A business in Cape Road reported an armed robbery; four male suspects involved in the armed robbery. Two of the suspects armed with firearms demanded money and cigarettes from the cashier. Suspects got away with the goods. No injuries sustained.
07:08 GREENBUSHES. A residence in Rooikrans Street reported a medical; the owners found their mother in the living room struggling to breathe. The owner carried his wife to the room and put her on oxygen. The ambulance service stood down and attended to her.
08:44 UITENHAGE. A residence in Cuyler Crescent Central reported a vandalism incident; the owner confirmed that there are tamper marks on the outbuilding door. No entry was gained.
12:53 DEAL PARTY. A business in Murdoch Street was burgled; the suspects broke the bathroom window and entered and exited again. The suspects then went to the roof and gained entry and ripped out the siren. The owner confirmed that 13 boxes of cremora, tog bags containing 8 price scanners, one microwave, one URN and towels where all recovered in the roof. Response apprehended the suspects. SAPS stood down and the suspects were handed over.

14 SEPTEMBER 2018 FRIDAY
15:34 NEWTON PARK. A business in Burt Drive reported an attempted armed robbery; one of the parents where gun pointed outside of the school and the suspects tried to break her car window, but did not succeed. Suspect got away with nothing.
15:39 COTSWOLD. A residence in Burt Drive was burgled; the suspects forced the flat door open but the alarm was not armed as the owners’ mom was n site. The owner arrived home from work and discovered the break in. The owner can see five pairs of sneakers, clothes, laptop, DVD player and cooler bag missing at this stage.
20:08 SIDWELL. A business in Haupt Street was burgled; the suspects broke the front office window and kicked in the burglar bars. The owner checked internally, confirmed cannot see anything missing at this stage.
20:31 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Admirality Way reported an attempted theft incident; the suspects attempted to remove the battery of the gate motor and damaged the cover of the motor. Response reported that he fixed the motor gate for the owner and the gate was operating again. No entry was gained into the premises.
20:51 WALMER. A business in Tassan Road was burgled; the suspects only damaged the fence by the complex. No damage or force marks on the premises to indicate there was a break in.

13 SEPTEMBER 2018 THURSDAY
00:00 NEWTON PARK. A residence in Second Avenue reported an attempted burglary; the suspects bent the garage door. No entry gained and no loss reported.
06:37 WESTERING. A burglary was reported in Cape Road; the suspects removed three of the palisade fencing bars. Suspects pushed two cameras out of range. They then forced a window open and made a hole in the roof. The suspects ripped the alarm panel and used explosives to open the big safe.
11:20 UITENHAGE. The suspect was apprehended in Chase Street that robbed the school child of his cellphone. The owner saw it happening and apprehended the suspect.
13:45 UITENHAGE. Robbery from person was reported in Market Street; the owner informed the response of a child who was robbed in the mall by a suspect. Suspect held the child at knife point and took R200.00. Suspect admitted that he robbed the child.
16:28 DESPATCH. A residence in Tania Street Jansen Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects tried to gain entry by the lounge sliding door. No entry gained and no loss reported.

12 SEPTEMBER 2018 WEDNESDAY
00:15 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Pheasant Road reported a medical; response confirmed that it seems like the owner is having a heart attack. The paramedics stood down and transported the owner to hospital.
07:07 NEWTON PARK. A business in Cape Road was burgled; the suspects gained entry through the roof. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
07:49 SIDWELL. A business in Hammond Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects tried to gain entry through a small window. No entry was gained and no loss reported.
09:08 ROWALLAN PARK. A burglary was reported in Cumberland Street; the suspects smashed the spare bedroom window and kicked the burglar bars in. The owner can see a computer screen and a hard drive missing.
09:40 ROWALLAN PARK. A residence in Greenock Street was burgled; the suspects gained entry through the lounge window. The owner can see small items missing at this stage.
13:00 NEWTON PARK. A business in Cape Road reported an armed robbery; the owner confirmed four armed suspects entered the premises. Suspects took a computer, everyone’s cellphones, wallets and the CCTV system.
14:15 NEWTON PARK. A business in Cape Road reported an armed robbery; the owner confirmed that two suspects entered the store with a toy gun and demanded money. The cashier gave the money and the suspects ran away. Response arrested both suspects.

11 SEPTEMBER 2018 TUESDAY
07:01 SIDWELL. A business in Haupt Street was burgled; the suspects smashed the office window and kicked the burglar bars in. The owner can see a copy machine, hats, dolls and belts missing.
07:39 PERSEVERANCE. A business in Makepeace Crescent was burgled; the suspects smashed the bathroom window and removed the burglar bars. The owner can see 2 laptops; 1 USB and a truck battery missing.
08:02 KORSTEN. A business in Durban Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects removed the back door but did not gain entry. No loss reported.
09:45 UITENHAGE. A residence in Gardenia Drive Strelitzia Park was burgled; the suspects smashed the glass door leading to the dining room. The owner can see a 46 inch plasma TV missing at this stage.
14:55 DESPATCH. A business in Hoog Street reported a positive theft incident; the suspects removed copper pipes and fittings.
22:18 UITENHAGE. A business in Cuyler Street was burgled; the suspects made a hole in the roof and ripped the whole alarm panel. Response arrested one suspect in the yard area. The owner confirmed nothing missing at this stage.

10 SEPTEMBER 2018 MONDAY
05:30 NEWTON PARK. A business in Fourth Avenue was burgled; the suspects forced the window open and cut the burglar bars. The owner of what is missing at this stage.
05:38 CENTRAL. A business in Bingley Street was burgled; the suspects removed a window by the chapel and entered. Suspects removed 3 fans but the fans were retrieved. No loss.
07:29 NEWTON PARK. A business in Mangold Street was burgled; the suspects smashed 2 windows. The owner can see a laptop missing.
07:43 NEAVE TOWNSHIP. A business in Wren Street was burgled; the suspects cut the lock on the gate and smashed a window by the front door. Suspects went to the sliding door and smashed the sliding door as well. The owner confirmed that all their computers are missing.
08:49 WALMER. A school in Fordyce Road was burgled; the suspects forced a window open and pulled a computer through the window. Suspects striped the whole computer and removed the hard drive and other parts.
10:17 DEAL PARTY. A business in Burman Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects climbed over the fence and stole a battery out of a truck on site. The owner is not sure if they will open a case with SAPS.
10:30 SIDWELL. A business in Richard Street was burgled; the suspects smashed a window and bent the burglar bars. The owner can see electrical tools, grinders and drills missing from site.
11:15 MILLARD GRANGE. A residence in Eyre Street reported a trespassing incident; the suspect tried to gain entry through the back door. The owner saw the suspects and he jumped the wall. Response arrested the suspect in the yard.
11:38 OVERBAAKENS. A residence in Eugene Marais Crescent reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed that the suspects stole a tyre out of their yard.
17:44 CHARLO. A residence in Cleonie Crescent was burgled; the suspects forced the lounge window open and kicked the burglar bars in. The owner can see jewellery missing.
19:58 GREENBUSHES. A residence in Kentish Plane West reported a medical; the owner confirmed that her grandfather who is 76 years old has diabetes and heart problems. The paramedics stood down and took over the scene.
22:12 UITENHAGE. A residence in Larkspur Street Strelitzia Park was burgled; the suspects opened the main bedroom window and climbed through the burglar bars. The owner can see laptops, expensive shoes and alcohol missing.
23:14 NEWTON PARK. A business in Cape Road was burgled; the owner confirmed that it’s a roof break in but he does not have keys. The owner confirmed that he will check in the morning.

9 SEPTEMBER 2018 SUNDAY
20:47 KORSTEN. A business in Perl Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects bent the security gate on the right hand side and smashed the glass door. No entry gained but suspects pulled goods through the door.
22:17 NEAVE INDUSTRIAL. A business in Juta Road was burgled; the suspects smashed 2 windows. The owner is not sure of what is missing at this stage.

8 SEPTEMBER 2018 SATURDAY
03:46 DESPATCH. A residence in Boom Street Windsor Park was burgled; response confirmed suspects broke in by the lounge window. The owner can see a TV missing.
08:12 KORSTEN. A business in Durban Road was burgled; the suspects forced the security gate and the back door open. Suspects went to the front of the premises and forced the office door open. The owner can see 2 cash registers, watches and a small safe missing.
10:53 NEWTON PARK. A business in Newton Street reported an armed robbery; the owner confirmed that 3 armed males entered the premises and forced the staff and customers to the back of the premises. Suspects got away with cellphones and jewellery from the customers.
17:28 UITENHAGE. A residence in Leask Avenue reported an assault; a domestic violence case was opened. Response was excused from site.
21:49 UITENHAGE. An assault was reported in Constitution Road; response confirmed two females assaulted a male. The male has stab wounds in his neck, face and head. The ambulance service stood down and transported him to the nearest hospital.

7 SEPTEMBER 2018 FRIDAY
00:21 KAMMA PARK. A residence in Magdelena Street reported a medical; they found the owner in front of one of the other premises in Maria Street and he is not breathing. The paramedics stood down and declared the owner deceased.
16:09 MILL PARK. A residence in Hampton Lane reported a trespassing incident; the owner confirmed that he saw a suspect jump into the garden. Response confirmed there are footprints in the garden. No entry gained into the premises.
19:24 SUMMERSTRAND. A residence in Erasmus Drive was burgled; the suspects gained entry through the main bedroom window and forced the burglar bars open. The owner can see jewellery and small items missing.
19:29 PARSONS HILL. A residence in Brebner Sreet was burgled; the suspects removed the security gate and kicked the front door in. The owner can see 2 safes missing and the suspects cut the wires of the sensors. The owner can see jewellery, passports and an unknown amount of money missing.
19:29 NEAVE INDUSTRIAL. A business in Bedford Street reported a robbery from person; the suspects robbed the security officer on site of his cellphone.
21:24 SUNRIDGE PARK. A medical was reported in Gazania Avenue; one of the residents who is 79 years old has lung infection and cant breathe. The paramedics stood down and transported her to hospital.

6 SEPTEMBER 2018 THURSDAY
00:42 LOVEMORE PARK. A residence in Sardinia reported a positive theft incident; the suspects made a hole in the fence and stole 4 solar panels. Response recovered 2 solar panels and one is broken.
01:53 MOUNT PLEASANT. A residence in Reginald Road was burgled; the suspects entered through the back kitchen window. The owner can see house keys missing.
03:28 PARI PARK. A business in Glendore Road was burgled; the suspects forced the back door open. The owner can see a lot of alcohol missing.
12:48 KWANOBHULE. An Armed Robbery was reported in Kwanobuhle; the owner confirmed that 5 armed suspects entered the store. Suspects got away with an unknown amount of money and cellphones.

5 SEPTEMBER 2018 WEDNESDAY
01:18 WALMER. A business in Eight Avenue was burgled; the suspects removed the window on the left hand side of the front door. Suspects stole a plasma TV but it was recovered in the yard.
08:38 CHARLO. A residence in Mark Avenue reported an attempted burglary; the suspects forced the bedroom window open and kicked the burglar bars in. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
09:28 SHERWOOD. A residence in Stafford Road reported a medical; the owner was lying on the grass. The paramedics stood down and declared the owner deceased.
14:25 ADCOCKVALE EXTENSION. A burglary was reported in Sargent Crescent; the suspects forced the gate off of the wall and broke the back door. Suspects gained entry into the house and ripped the security gate.
17:11 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Saunton Road reported a positive theft incident; the owner confirmed their domestic stole clothes, food and money.
18:22 SIDWELL. A business in Commercial Road reported an armed robbery; the owner confirmed that he was busy counting the money when 3 armed males entered the shop. The suspects gun-pointed the owner and demanded money. On response arrival the suspects approached our Atlas Armed Response officer and took his firearm and hand radio. Suspects got away with an undisclosed amount of cash.
20:29 WALMER. A residence in Fordyce Road reported an attempted theft incident; the suspects smashed the side window of the vehicle. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.

4 SEPTEMBER 2018 TUESDAY
02:41 PERSEVERANCE. A business in Makepeace Crescent reported a trespassing incident; the suspects gained entry through the wall. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
05:50 NEWTON PARK. A business in Mangold Street was burgled; the suspects forced the front window open and cut the burglar bars. The owner can see a plasma TV and cellphone missing at this stage.
07:38 NEWTON PARK. A business in Fifth Avenue was burgled; the suspects threw a brick through the left hand side window. No entry gained and no loss.
08:04 CENTRAL. A business in Dalgeish Road was burgled; the suspects cut the lock on the left hand side gate and entered. Suspects went to the sub-station and stole circuit breaks.
09:54 NEWTON PARK. A residence in Hurd Street reported that he saw an ex-employee at the premises who stole a hammer and a cellphone. The suspect was apprehended and taken in by the SAPS.
10:45 NEWTON PARK. A business in Mangold Street reported an attempted burglary; the suspects tampered with the front window. No entry gained.
10:53 WOODLANDS. A residence in Seine Road was burgled; the suspects opened a big window, the suspects forced the burglar bars open, the owner can see a laptop and a cellphone missing. The owner found a firearm that was not loaded on his lounge floor.

3 SEPTEMBER 2018 MONDAY
07:41 ST GEORGES PARK. A business in Park Lane was burgled; the suspects smashed a window by the back door. No entry gained. Suspects stole copper pipes.
07:54 DEAL PARTY. A business in Burman Road reported a vandalism incident; the suspects made a hole in the wall. No entry was gained.
09:35 SUMMERSTRAND. A business in Jenvey Road reported a medical; the owner confirmed that one of his staff members collapsed due to low sugar. The ambulance service stood down and checked her vitals.
10:33 WALMER. A business in Heugh Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects smashed a window at the back. No entry gained.
11:10 KAMMA HEIGHTS. A residence in Langeberg Street was burgled; the suspects forced the security gate open and kicked the front door in. The owner can see a flat screen, jeweller and a safe with passports and 2 firearms missing at this stage.

2 SEPTEMBER 2018 SUNDAY
02:07 SHERWOOD. A residence in Yorkshire Crescent reported that three suspects came to the owner and asked him for a compressor and the owner said no. The suspects came back 10 minutes later and threw a brick through the window. Response arrested one suspect and the other 2 ran away.
12:39 LORRAINE. A residence in Lorraine Street reported a positive theft incident; the suspects took a laptop and an extension cord through the owners back window.
14:22 UITENHAGE. A positive theft incident was reported in Van Plettenberg Street; the suspects stole a vehicle battery.
15:15 SIDWELL. A business in Kempston Road reported ab attempted burglary; the suspects made a hole in the roof and went to the cloak room to gain entry through a window. Suspects damaged the door in the passage. The owner cannot see anything missing at this stage.
19:26 UITENHAGE. A residence in Barend Street Valeisig was burgled; the suspects broke the padlock and kicked the back door open. The owner can’t see anything missing at this stage.

1 SEPTEMBER 2018 SATURDAY
00:46 ALGOA PARK. A business in Kamdebo Street reported an attempted theft incident; the suspects cut the fence by the rugby field’s side. Suspects tried to steal the benches.
01:27 UITENHAGE. A residence in Garth Street was burgled; the suspects tried to smash the big window but did not manage to break it. Suspects went to the back spare bedroom and smashed the window and bent the burglar bars. The owner can see 2 laptops, a camera with extra lenses, a go pro camera set, cellphone, cash and perfume missing.
06:14 NORTH END. A business in Paterson Road was burgled; the suspects made a hole in the roof on the left hand side. Suspects stole cables.
08:18 MILL PARK. A business in Cape Road reported a positive theft incident; the suspects stole telephone cables on the left hand side of the building.
09:11 GREENSHIELDS PARK. A residence in Crane Road reported a medical; the owner who is 86 years old had ulcers. The owner was not feeling well – they transported the owner to hospital.
09:41 SUNRIDGE PARK. A residence in Cassia Drive reported a positive theft incident; the suspects smashed the small back vehicle window. Suspects pulled the wires by the starter motor and took a gym bag and the radio.
11:46 KAMMA HEIGHTS. A residence in Dolpour Road reported an attempted burglary; the suspects tried to gain entry through the front and the back door. No entry was gained.
12:09 PARSONS RIDGE. A burglary was reported in Diaz Road; the suspects gained entry through the bedroom window. The owner can see a DVD player, DSTV decoder, WIFI rooter and tools missing.
14:18 COTSWOLD EXTENSION. A residence in Hamerkop Street reported a burglary; the suspects broke water pipes at the back of the premises and went to the bathroom to gain entry through the window. The owner is not sure of what is missing at this stage.
15:47 DESPATCH. A residence in Hanekam Street reported a vandalism incident; the suspects cut the razor wire.
17:51 LOVEMORE LAKE. A residence in Ebony Street was burgled; the suspects kicked the front door in. The owner can see 2 plasmas, 1 laptop and a CCTV camera missing.  – Protect your property with outdoor detection. Click here
20:43 MILL PARK. A business in Roseberry Road was burgled; the suspects broke into 3 places. Suspects forced the sliding door open at the outbuilding then forced the back garage door open. Suspects also broke into a vehicle on site. The owner can only see the vehicle battery missing.