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  • Woensdag, 25 Mei 2016 | Tel: 021 910 6500 | epos: nuus@tygerburger.co.za

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    BURGLARIES: OPPORTUNISTS EVEN BYPASS ELECTRIFIED FENCES

    Crime on the rise

    AVRIL FILLIES

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    ver the past two weeks police have

    seen an upsurge in crime in Loeven-

    stein and Welgemoed, and residents

    are concerned that criminals are getting

    bolder than ever to enter their homes and

    steal their valuables.

    When you have an electric fence around

    your property, you believe that you are pro-

    tected from crime. But nowadays criminals

    know a way to bypass that. To top it all they

    do this while you are sleeping. Imagine the

    consequences if onewouldwakeupwith one

    of these perpetrators next to you, says Ma-

    jor Fienie Nimb of the Bellville police.

    People should double-check that their

    alarms are armed, listen to what their bark-

    ing dog is telling them, and call the police

    and the armed response if they see or hear

    anything that seems out of place, she says.

    The tendency is to break into the houses

    late at night or in the early morning while

    the owners are asleep. Burglars remove the

    entire window not to set off the alarm and

    steal mostly electronic items, warns Nimb.

    Extra people have been deployed in the ar-

    ea to help curb burglaries.

    The past two weeks we also found that

    cars that are parked in Loevenstein in front

    of flats, are also targeted. The cars are

    parked out in the open and are easily acces-

    sible. We appeal to the public to remove all

    items from their cars, whether they think it

    is valuable or not. The criminals dont know

    or care if it is valuable ornot theyll remove

    it from your car anyway, says Nimb.

    Nimb only has praise for the local neigh-

    bourhood watches.

    The cooperation between the police and

    the neighbourhood watches in the greater

    Bellville area is something to crow about.

    We are lucky to have such good communica-

    tion between us and that will bring success.

    I cant stress the fact that we are in need

    of patrollers for the different neighbourhood

    watches more, and if you have time and

    would like to volunteer, please contact

    them, says Nimb, who also congratulated

    the Welgemoed Neighbourhood Watch pa-

    trollers who stood up and mobilised them-

    selves to assist the Crime Prevention Unit.

    They patrol every night and do observa-

    tions. The days for criminals in our area are

    getting short. They always get caught be-

    cause our force is strong, says Nimb.

    Tyger Valley Centre will be supporting local ani-

    mal shelters this winter by partnering with and

    supporting the Dogbox Project.

    The centre is inviting shoppers to be a part of

    the initiative onSaturday 4 June from10:00 to 12:00

    in the Tyger Valley Arena where the community

    will be asked tohelp complete ready-madekennels.

    TygerBurgerwill be entering a team aswell, and

    one lucky readerwillwinaR1000 gift voucher from

    the centre by showing his/her support.

    Attendees can team up in pairs of two and will

    be responsible for finishing one kennel by adding

    finishing touches and varnishing it. Teams are al-

    so allowed to bring along paint, a paint brush and

    decorations to decorate their kennels (optional).

    Each kennel will receive a blanket and a bag of

    dog food.

    The centre will also be collecting food and blan-

    kets, and anyone interested in making a donation

    can do so at Tyger Valleys Customer Care kiosks

    until Saturday 4 June.

    V A donation of R140 is required. This includes the cost of

    the kennel, dog food and a blanket. For more information

    about the project, visit www.dogboxproject.co.za.

    WIN! WIN! WIN!

    V One TygerBurger reader can win a R1000 Tyger Valley gift

    card. Share theDogboxProjectposter onTygerBurgers Face

    book page before Wednesday 1 June for a chance to win.

    Give a dogbox

    some bling

    Tyger Valley Centre is inviting shoppers to help them build dog boxes for fourlegged friends.

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