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WANTED: Suspect wanted in connection with a local theft investigation. Anyone with information is urged to contact D/Sgt Ness at Brackendowns SAPS at 011 617 5600.

Stop crime: speak out

Brackendowns SAPS is appealing to the public to come forward with any information they may have on two open investigations.
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SAPS and CPF family fun day

Brackendowns CPF and SAPS will be hosting an open family fun day in Mayberrypark on Saturday, April 25.
REACHING OUT: Sgt Moloi from Brackendowns SAPS distributing crime fighting tips to residents.

Police partner up to educate community

Friday, February 6 marked another joint initiative between Brackendowns SAPS and private security when Fox Security joined the police to increase awareness of crime in Sector 2 and 3 of Brackendowns.
GETAWAY VEHICLE: The two suspects attempted to leave the scene after one man was found inside a shopper's car.

Car thieves caught in the act

On Wednesday January 28 two suspected motor vehicle thieves were apprehended by Brackendowns SAPS at a local shopping centre.
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Brackendowns CPF meetings

Residents falling in the Brackendowns sector of the CPF should take note of the following dates for sector meetings
PRETENDER: The suspect was found in possession of EMPD branded products.

EMPD imposter caught

Brackendowns SAPS arrested a man on January 23 for impersonating an Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Police officer.
MISSING: Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Mr Johannes Petrus Peenes is encouraged to contact Brackendowns SAPS.

Brackendowns man still missing

Brackendowns SAPS is looking for any information regarding the whereabouts of Johannes Petrus Peense.
PROUD OFFICERS: Captain Jene, Sergeant Moloi and Constable Tsoeni pose in front of recovered vehicle.

Great start to 2015 for SAPS

Brackendowns SAPS started 2015 with a bang by securing multiple high stakes arrests and convictions.
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Walk against crime

Had enough of crime? Then please join the Alberton RECORD on Saturday, December 6 for a free 5km walk to unite Alberton in the fight against crime.
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