Police search for house robbery suspects

PORT ELIZABETH SAPS Kabega Park detectives are searching for suspects allegedly involved in a house robbery that took place on Monday evening, 13 January 2020.

It is alleged that at approximately 23:00, the complainant (73) was alone at his home in Horseshoe Road, Theesecombe when he opened the door to let the dog out. The dog started to bark and he went outside to investigate. He was confronted by approximately five unknown males armed with a firearm, knives and a crowbar. They forced him back into the house and threatened him. He was tied up and they ransacked the house. The suspects fled with liquor, TV, watches, CD player, radio and cameras. No shots were fired and the complainant was not injured during the attack. The complainant manage to untie himself and contacted the police.

Anyone who can assist police in tracing the suspects is asked to contact D/Constable Anele Mahleza on 082 442 1384 or SAPS Kabega Park crime office on 041 397 6867 or the nearest police station or Crime Stop 08600 10111 alternatively the MySAPS app which is also available to download onto their smartphones. All information is strictly confidential.

Source: South African Police Service

Police search for house robbery suspects

PORT ELIZABETH SAPS Kabega Park detectives are searching for suspects allegedly involved in a house robbery that took place on Monday evening, 13 January 2020.

It is alleged that at approximately 23:00, the complainant (73) was alone at his home in Horseshoe Road, Theesecombe when he opened the door to let the dog out. The dog started to bark and he went outside to investigate. He was confronted by approximately five unknown males armed with a firearm, knives and a crowbar. They forced him back into the house and threatened him. He was tied up and they ransacked the house. The suspects fled with liquor, TV, watches, CD player, radio and cameras. No shots were fired and the complainant was not injured during the attack. The complainant manage to untie himself and contacted the police.

Anyone who can assist police in tracing the suspects is asked to contact D/Constable Anele Mahleza on 082 442 1384 or SAPS Kabega Park crime office on 041 397 6867 or the nearest police station or Crime Stop 08600 10111 alternatively the MySAPS app which is also available to download onto their smartphones. All information is strictly confidential.

Source: South African Police Service