Safe City: concern over drunken brawls in CBD

2011-08-23 00:00

SAFE City has expressed its concern about the abuse of alcohol and the brawls that result at some taverns in the CBD.

The weekly Safe City monitoring report from August 8 to 14 reported 32 incidents of brawling among 87 incidents detected by the CCTV network.

Other incidents related to possible possession of stolen property (seven), robbery (six), medical assistance (six) and suspicious behavior.

Of the 13 arrests made, seven related to robbery, a bag snatching and possession of stolen property (six).

Report any suspicious behaviour by SMS at 083 767 7223.

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