A security company found an illegal scrap business on Wednesday under a bridge at a railway station in the Sea View area of Durban.
Blue Security’s tasks supervisor Max Naicker said chasing more secure networks, a Blue Security strategic group, close by another wellbeing accomplice, halted a thought unlawful salvaged material business.
Naicker said groups were on the lookout close to the Ocean View rail route station when they found the thought unlawful salvaged material business working under an extension.
He said as the groups drew nearer, the suspects promptly escaped into the close by shrub, abandoning huge proof.
According to Naicker, “the items recovered were an electronic scale, a receipt book, cash, a Nokia cellphone, various metal objects, copper pipes and wire, aluminum wire, and the like.”
We will continue to fight them (illicit operations) with all our might. All of the recovered items were given to Bellair SAPS for further investigation by the teams. We are perpetrated to making more secure networks with our wrongdoing battling accomplices by standing firm against criminal operations,” he said.
Naicker claimed that Blue Security worked with the Community Crime Prevention Organization (CCPO) in a separate operation on Wednesday morning to maximize their presence in the Athlone Park community in eManzimtoti.
He said by expanding perceivability, they plan to discourage expected dangers and answer quickly to security concerns.
“We recognize the crucial role that greater visibility plays in deterring criminal activity. It fosters a safer environment for everyone by making people with bad intentions think twice before acting.
According to Naicker, “a sense of safety is instilled by heightened visibility, enabling residents to enjoy their surroundings with peace of mind.”