SAPS NEWS: Police Warn the Public Ahead of the Festive Season
Media Statement from Eastern Cape Media Centre
Corporate Communication and Liaison
South African Police Service
Cambridge: As the festive season approaches, SAPS urges members of the public to be vigilant and not to leave valuables unattended in their cars. This relates to specifically electronic devices such as cellphones and laptops.
Suspicion has been raised that there is a possibility that criminals have means to track electronic devices left in vehicles. It is best to remove these items.
It is also
suggested for motor vehicle owners not to keep firearms and also that jamming devices that are still being used in their cars. Owners should also remember to check their doors before leaving their vehicles.
It is also advised, to as far as possible, to keep vehicles behind locked and key and avoid it from being parked overnight in a public road or place.
Cell phone users are requested to not walk in public with earphones on as it distracts your attention to your surroundings and possible lurking dangers, thus making you an easy target.
In addition, here are a few safety water precautions that might be useful:
Enquiries: Captain Mluleki Mbi – 082 301 7278