The CPF has announced that for the period 6 – 13 October, nine property related crimes were reported at the Jeffreys Bay Police Station.
Two incidents of house breakings and theft were reported in Oosterland Street.
In the first incident the sliding door were forced open, while entry was gained through a window and various items stolen during the second incident.
Incidents of house breaking were also reported in Joe Slovo Street where the door was forced open and cash and a phone were stolen, Tulip Street where a laptop, DVD player, camera and cash were stolen and Lilac Street where the criminals gained entry by forcing open the door and breaking the windows, stealing a hair dryer and DVD player.
A case of house breaking with the intent to assault was reported in Melkhout Street in Kabeljauws. The culprits gained entry through an open door.
Gold rings were stolen from a business in Da Gama Road, and two cases of theft out of motor vehicles in Mandela Street and at Equinox Mall respectively, were reported.
Laptops, a notebook and a portable hard drive were stolen.
The CPF urges all residents to not leave any valuable items in their vehicles, and to ensure that all their doors are locked and windows firmly closed.