Reaction Unit South Africa crime report

2016-04-14 06:00

House break-in: Verulam

Reaction Unit officers received report of a break-in on Monday 4 April 6pm.

Officers were dispatched to Juniper Road in Trenance Park after being informed of a house break-in. Upon arrival officers found that forced entry was gained via the second floor window. Jewellery and a DVD player were stolen from the home.

Theft of motor vehicle: Verulam –

A 2007 model, metallic blue Toyota RUN X with registration ND 353 366 was stolen on Wednesday 6 April from outside the Verulam court on Moss Street in Verulam.

Identifying features on the vehicle include smash and grab tint and standard mag rims. If anyone has information that could lead to the recovery of the vehicle contact Reaction Unit South Africa on 086 1234 333.

Hit and run: Verulam –

Rusa paramedics responded to calls from motorists about a pedestrian who was hit on Friday 8 April at approximately 8pm.

Medics were dispatched to Inanda Road in Verulam after receiving several calls from motorists requesting medical assistance for a pedestrian who had been knocked down by the driver of a white VW Polo.

Upon arrival the pedestrian was treated for an injury to his leg and transported to a local hospital.

The driver of the VW Polo fled the scene of the accident.

Hijacking: Verulam –

Officers responded to call of a hijacking on Sunday 11 April at approximately 2pm on Old Main Road in Ottawa.

Upon arrival the victim informed officers that two knife wielding suspects hijacked him for his 1987 model Toyota Corolla with registration ND 519 786.

Officers went in search of the vehicle but they were not able to locate it.

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