Reaction Unit SA crime report

2016-07-21 06:00

Theft of motor vehicle: Verulam

RESIDENTS are urged to be on the lookout for a gold, 1987 model, Toyota Corolla with registration NUZ 29444. The vehicle was stolen during the early hours of 14 July from Lacefern Place in Trenance Park - Verulam. The vehicle has no security devices and was low on fuel at the time of the theft. Please share this post and if anyone spots the vehicle they must contact Reaction Unit South Africa on 086 123 4333.

Three injured in collision: Verulam

Three construction workers were injured after an Izuzu bakkie and a Toyota Prado collided at the Todd and High streets intersection on Thursday 14 July.

At 5pm members of Reaction Unit South Africa were despatched to the collision and found that several passengers in the rear of the bakkie had sustained injuries when the vehicles collided. According to both drivers, the traffic lights were not operational when the accident occurred.

Suicide: Tongaat

On 14 July members of Reaction Unit South Africa were dispatched to Obsidian Street in Belgate, Tongaat after receiving reports of a suicide. Upon arrival a 34-year-old Indian male was found hanging by an electrical cord from a rafter in his garage. He showed no signs of life and was declared dead on arrival by paramedics. Details surrounding the suicide are unclear at this stage.

Theft of motor vehicle: Verulam

Be on the lookout for a 1995 model, metallic green Fiat UNO with registration NCW 22317. The vehicle was stolen from Trenance Park - Verulam, at about 10pm on 17 July. At the time of the theft the vehicle had R100 fuel and no security devices.

Please share this post and if anyone spots the vehicle they must contact Reaction Unit South Africa on 086 123 4333.

Reaction officer injured: Tongaat

A Reaction Unit officer was injured while attending to a complaint at a temple on Plein Street in Tongaat, on Sunday the 17 July.

Officer Denis Kleynhans was dispatched to the temple after receiving reports that two individuals were on the property drinking alcohol. Upon arrival Kleynhans found two men drinking and breaking their empty bottles on site.

When the officer instructed them to leave the property an altercation ensued resulting in the officer sustaining a laceration on his foot from the broken bottle pieces. Rusa medics responded to the scene where they found the officer bleeding profusely from his wound.

He was treated on scene for his injury before being transported to Victoria Hospital for further medical attention.

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