Robberies on the South Coast

2015-11-12 06:00

THERE have been several robberies on the South Coast which SAPS are investigating.

Residents are asked to be vigilant and alert especially as the December season is approaching.

30 October - A man was walking in Ryder Street, Port Shepstone at about 6.30pm when he was attacked from behind by three males who threatened him with a knife. They robbed him of his Nokia Lumia cell- phone, cash and ID book.

6 November - A woman was walking in Reynold Street, Port Shepstone when two unknown men allegedly threatened her with knives. They took her iphone, Tablet, cash and the jewellery she was wearing, and fled.

7 November - A man and woman were walking on Sea Park beach when two men approached them. The perpetrators threatened them and then hit the man over the head and in the stomach. They fled taking the couple’s cellphones. Southport police are investigating a robbery case.

9 November - A man was driving in Ryder Street, Port Shepstone when he was allegedly robbed by two men as he alighted his vehicle.

He told police that the men threatened him and took his cellphone and grinder.

- Supplied.

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