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HOW TO… react if your home has been broken into

Posted by Paddy On October - 23 - 2009

By Andisa Ndlovu and Shanel Pillay

A light-hearted how to emphasising the importance of what to do if your home has been broken into.

Quite simply,
* don’t touch anything (you don’t want to destroy any evidence they may have left behind)
*phone the police and wait for them to arrive
If you suspect the person is still in your home, wait at a neighbours house or somewhere safe until they arrive.
Once the police have arrived they will take over from there, detailing what has happened, what has gone missing and what the estimated value of these items are.
Remember to keep the local police number (046 603 9512) as well as the emergency 10111 number in your phone at all times.

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