Fifteen arrested in the month of August by Marshall Security.
Marshall Security has affected the arrest of fifteen suspects for the commission of various crimes throughout the greater north Durban area over the month of August. We look at some of the arrests,
In the first incident, an alert armed reaction officer noticed a suspect fleeing from a property in Adrossan Road in the Effingham area and gave chase, arresting the man who was later positively identified as having attempted to force entry into a property in the area.
Later in the month, Marshall Security was called to a fuel station in Chris Hani Road, after a male suspect refueled and attempted to pay using a counterfeit R100 note. The man was arrested on site and handed over to the South African Police.
On the 21st of August, working on information received, Marshall Security and members of the South African Police Service’s Flying Squad, pursued three suspects in a Hyundai H100 after they were spotted attempting to steal items from a large delivery vehicle in the Springfield Park area. The three suspects were arrested and are believed to be linked to several similar cases as well as numerous business robberies in the area of late.
The 24th saw a suspect arrested after attempting to steal a vehicle Durban North. In a haste to evade arrest, the suspect crashed the vehicle into the boundary fence of the property and was apprehended on site.
A suspect was arrested on the 28th, after he and two accomplices were spotted by Marshall Security, attempting to force entry into a home in the Somerset Park area. A foot chase ensued resulting in the arrest of one of the suspects. His accomplices remain at large.
Finally, the month end saw the arrest of five suspects found in the act of stealing stock from a delivery area of a local supermarket in Makeurten Avenue, Durban North.
Marshall Security and the South African Police Services, pursued the suspects onto the M4 Ruth First Highway where the men including their getaway driver were arrested. The property was also recovered.
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