This morning Fox Security control room received a panic signal from a client in Douglas Harris street, reaction and tactical units responded swiftly. En route to the address their control room was informed by the client that there are two suspects busy breaking into the house.
The suspects fled the scene when reaction units arrived. The suspects jumped over several walls trying to flee. A search was conducted of the area and the suspects were found hiding in a property with the stolen goods. Tactical members apprehended the suspects and found housebreaking implements and two pocket knives on them.
The suspects were handed over to Brackendowns SAPS.
This morning a suspicious vehicle was picked up in the Glenvista area. The vehicle was followed by Glenvista Cpf members when they called for backup.
Fox Tactical units responded to assist where the vehicle parked in the parking area of Union Hospital. The vehicle Registration number and Vin number was checked and came back as wanted as a stolen vehicle. The vehicle was stolen in Kempton park area earlier this month.
The suspect was detained on scene and the vehicle was searched. Car Breaking impliments and a remote jammer was found in the vehicle..
Randhart resident runs the Comrades in the streets of Alberton
Anneke Blignaut shares her story of why she ran the Comrades in the streets of Alberton
“I knew from the beginning that this was a personal journey. A journey of self discovery. ‘You meet a new you when you get to 70km”
“This year’s Comrades slogan is Dare to Dream. I only started running in May 2019 and never dreamed of running the Comrades. In September 2019, Elmarie Fourie and I decided that we would run the Comrades 2 years later in 2021. In October when the entries opened I felt the urge to enter for the Comrades 2020.
I knew from the beginning that this was a personal journey. A journey of self discovery. Bruce Fordyce said, ‘You meet a new you when you get to 70km’. So true! When the Comrades was cancelled due to COVID-19 I accepted it, but when the Virtual Race entries opened, I just knew I had to go all the way. I Dared to Dream. I believed I could finish the ultimate human race.
I thought it would just be my husband and myself, but it quickly grew into a community event with friends and family sharing the pain and glory of every one of the 90 kilometers. We prayed on the route, we just worshipped God and thanked Him for grace, health and the strength to push through.
Everyone ran further than what they entered for. Everyone became a champion! We all said goodbye after 12hours of support, running, cycling and tears knowing that we are all part of something far greater and a story that will last for a lifetime.”