Nigel Crime Report 1 September to 11 September 2018

Heidelberg crime report - 14 to 21 October
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A female was reportedly assaulted by a male person at a local tavern in Alrapark on September 1.
The victim told police that she was pushed to the floor and assaulted with a broken glass bottle.

A burglary occurred at a house in Scarborough Road on September 1.
According to police spokesperson Sgt Nellie Dwaba, entry into the garage was forced and two off-road motorcycles worth around R53 000 had reportedly been stolen.

Police are investigating an assault on a minor female. The incident occurred in Delhi Street, MacKenzieville.
It is alleged that the girl was assaulted by an older female. No official charge has been laid yet.
Police also arrested two suspects for possession of drugs.

A burglary occurred at a business in Alrapark on September 5.
According to Sgt Dwaba, electronic equipment worth around R2 700 was reported stolen.

A case of attempted motor vehicle theft was reported, following an incident which occurred at Nigel Magistrate’s Court in Kerk Street on September 6.
The complainant told police that she attended court around 08:30 and when she returned at 11:30, she discovered that someone had broken into her car and stole the ignition.

A burglary occurred at a business in Laversburg on September 6.
According to Sgt Dwaba an employee reported that around 03:00 in the morning, he saw two men running from the premises into a nearby field. Upon investigation the employee discovered that the store room had been broken into and that some garden equipment were stolen.

Police are also investigating a residential burglary which occurred in Third Street.
Several tools, garden equipment and a gas braai were reported stolen.

A business robbery occurred at a liquor store in Hendrik Verwoerd Street on September 6.
According to Sgt Dwaba, the community took justice into their own hands by performing ‘mob justice’ on the suspects. Upon arrival, police found three suspects who were reportedly been assaulted after they robbed the liquor store at gunpoint. They were however, overpowered by members of the community and when police arrived at the scene, they discovered stolen cigarettes to the value of around R10 000 as well as an unlicensed firearm (.38 revolver) in possession of the suspects. The suspects were charged with business robbery and possession of an unlicensed firearm and are expected to appear in Nigel Magistrate’s Court soon.

A burglary occurred at a house in Third Street on September 6.
According to Sgt Dwaba several household items of which the value still needs to be determined, have been reported stolen.

A business burglary occurred in Gazelle Drive, Alrapark on September 7.
The victim claimed he was threatened by a 20-something-year-old with a knife. The suspect’s girlfriend was reportedly an accomplice to the crime. No arrests have been made.

Police are investigating an assault case after a scuffle between a group of men turned into a physical fight and one person was injured. The incident occurred at a local bar in Noycedale on September 8. No arrests have been made.

 

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