Village Talk - 3 May 2017
Your home and business alarms
Please report all incidents to SAPS – no matter how small. It is concerning to note how few incidents are actually reported to SAPS. YOU, as the victim of a crime, must report the incident to SAPS.
The public also need to attend CPF meetings if you want your voice to be heard.
• Mpophomeni – 1st Thursday of the month at 5pm at Mpophomeni Tourism.
• Hilton – 3rd Thursday of the month at 6pm at the Hilton Police Station.
• Howick – Last Thursday of the month at 5.30pm at the Howick Police Station.
Hilton Street Hawks
Opportunistic crime and intruders
There have been many reports of opportunistic intruders. Please be aware, alert and report incidents immediately to KSS on 033 3305911. Please also don’t leave items in view of the road, keep garage doors closed during the day and set your alarms when you are not at home. Please also report your crimes to SAPS.
Remember to clear the overgrown foliage in and around your property. Foliage makes good hiding places for criminals who can go unobserved by residents. Please also speak to your neighbours regarding this issue, as their overgrown foliage can adversely affect your safety.
Cable theft is still a very serious concern in the Midlands. Please report any suspicious activity to KSS on 033 3305911.
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