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Theft out of motor vehicle

Escombe Road - Wednesday, between 00:00-06:00
A resident left her car locked by using a remote, but did not check the door. The following morning she could see that someone had been in her car as items were moved. A USB cable, towel and sunglasses were stolen.
Not reported to SAPS.

Attempted theft out of motor vehicle

Davenport Road - Wednesday, at 04:30
The back left passenger window of a car was broken. The owner heard the thud of the window being broken and opened the room window and shouted at him to get out of her car. He had attempted to take the booster seat, but left when he was disturbed.
Not reported to SAPS.

Theft out of motor vehicle

Upper Mill Street - Monday, at 14:45
A car, corner of Upper Mill and Warwick, was broken into. Stolen items: sunglasses, an access tags, service record. Cigarette buts and half eaten bread were found in the car. The access tags were found, but the service record is missing.
Unknown if reported to SAPS.

Theft from motor vehicle

Grisnez Road - Monday, at 14:46
A man broke and grabbed the side mirror of a van belonging to a service provider that was parked in the street. Everyone was alerted and the man was caught on the corner of Yeoville Road and Mellish and apprehended. SAPS arrested the suspect and the owner opened a case.
Reported to SAPS.

Intruder/Trespassing

Plantation Road - Monday, at 07:55
A man, that had been a problem in the street the night before, climbed onto the balcony of a house. It appeared to by drug related behaviour. SAPS arrived within 10 minutes and took the man to hospital for observation.
Reported to SAPS.

Theft from motor vehicle

Crassula Avenue - Sunday, between 00:00-06:00
Wheel rims stolen from four wheels during the night.
Unknown if reported to SAPS.

Malicious damage to property

Seymour Avenue - Saturday, between 18:00-00:00
The front garden of a block of flats was vandalized during the night. Plants were pulled out and pots were broken for no apparent reason.
Not reported to SAPS.

Attempted theft out of motor vehicle

Upper Mill Street - Saturday, at 05:33
Three men attempted break into vehicle that was parked on the corner of Upper Mill Street and Chelsea Avenue. The men ran down Upper Mill.
Not reported to SAPS.

Intruder/Trespassing

Peppertree Road - Saturday, at 15:40
Intruder climbed into property and was noticed on a camera by the owner who wasn’t home at the time. He grabbed something long and white and left the property, walking towards High Cape Estate.
Not reported to SAPS

Theft from motor vehicle

Windburg Avenue - Wednesday, between 10:30 and 12:00
Wiper blades were stolen from a vehicle.
Not reported to SAPS.

Attempted theft out of motor vehicle

St James Street - Wednesday, at 23:00
A man walked along the street, banging against car windows before choosing a car. He knelt down and unarmed the alarm via the bonnet.
Unknown if reported to SAPS.

Theft out of motor vehicle 2

Exner Avenue - Monday, at 02:14
A window of a vehicle with a ND registration number was smashed.
Unknown if reported to SAPS.

Attempted other theft (Property)

Plantation Road - Monday, at 06:05
The burglar bar of a garage window was removed and access was gained into the garage. The owner heard the noise and contacted Watchcom. Fid-ADT responded in 3-4 minutes and the AR officer apprehended the suspect in the garage. He was holding a knife. SAPS arrived on the scene 10 minutes later to arrest the suspect.
Reported to SAPS.

Theft out of motor vehicle

Exner Avenue - Monday, between 00:00 and 06:00
The side back window of a vehicle was smashed. Not sure what was taken.
Unknown if reported to SAPS.

Theft from motor vehicle

Upper Mill Street - Monday, at 20:43
The built-in radio was taken from a vehicle, damaging the dashboard in the process. A side back window had been smashed to gain access through from the back of the vehicle.
Reported to SAPS.

Other theft (Property)

Pypies Plein - Saturday, between 00:00 and 06:00
Clothing, a bin and a braai were stolen from a backyard. An attempt was made to steal the washing machine as well. Items were lifted over a wall.
Unknown if reported to SAPS.

Theft from motor vehicle

Clive Street - Saturday, between 00:00 and 06:00
Wiper blades were taken from a vehicle.
Not reported to SAPS.

Theft out of motor vehicle

Yeoville Road - Saturday, at 09:28
A side window of a car was smashed and shoes and a pencil case were stolen.
Unknown if reported to SAPS.

Attempted theft from motor vehicle

Virginia Avenue - Saturday, between 00:00 and 06:00
A spare wheel was stolen from a vehicle after the side, small back window had been smashed. It was found in a driveway down the road.
Not reported to SAPS.

Theft of motor vehicle

Exner Avenue - Saturday, between 13:00 to 14:30
A scooter was stolen. Residents saw the suspect, but thought he was a friend in the block.
Reported to SAPS.

Other theft (Property)

Chelmsford Road - Wednesday, between 00:00 and 06:00
The store room at Mountain Close was broken into and goods, plus the DPV radio were stolen.
Reported to SAPS.

Attempted theft out of motor vehicle

Florida Road - Monday, at 04:07
A man attempted to break into a vehicle, but was scared of when the alarm was triggered.
Not reported to SAPS.

Attempted house break-in - ARREST

Delphinium Street - Saturday, at 07:04
A man attempted to break into a house, but was caught. The alarm was triggered and security alerted. SAPS were dispatched and the suspect was taken into custody.
Reported to SAPS.

Attempted theft out of motor vehicle

Vredehoek Avenue - Thursday, at 04:33
Two men smashed the window of a vehicle in an attempt to break into the vehicle. They ran down Chelsea Avenue.
Unknown if reported to SAPS.

Street Robbery - without a weapon

Derry Street - Thursday, at 01:35
Assistance was requested when an altercation took place on the corner of Derry Street and Exner Avenue after a man accused another of stealing his cell phone. The accused ran down Freesia Avenue with the “victim” running after him. The cell phone was found on the accused and everyone left the area.
Not reported to SAPS.