Two armed men attacked an elderly couple and their domestic worker at around 1pm in their home in Massel Road, Beyers Park, on August 7.
In response to the never-ending violence against women and children in the country, residents of Reiger Park and Ramaphosa took to the streets to march against the scourge of continuous gender-based violence affecting their communities.
Four laptops, a projector, a camera, an amplifier and an undisclosed amount of money was stolen during a robbery at Windmill Park Primary School, at around midnight, on August 3.
The past few weeks have seen yet another spate of brazen cash-in-transit (CIT) robberies as organised criminals left their mark in several provinces on a shopping spree for large amounts of cash.
The Boksburg North SAPS precinct has a shortage of 36 visible police officers (38 per cent).
A spate of hijackings and robberies at petrol stations across Gauteng has prompted the South African Police Services in conjunction with other industry players to issue an alert to all motorists to be especially vigilant.
A motor vehicle was recently stolen from a property in Diaz Street, Impala Park, after the gate motor was overridden, switched to manual and opened.
Follow-home robberies from banks are a reality and it happens more often than you think.
The Boksburg North SAPS made the following arrests in the past week.
Members of the Angelo community patrollers discovered two unlicensed firearms in the informal settlement and apprehended two gunmen aged 22 and 31 on the morning of August 3.
John Rathebe (46), a truck driver from Parys, was sentenced to eight years in prison, in the Boksburg Magistrate’s Court, on July 11, for theft of sunflower seeds worth R240 000.