2-in-1 makes 6-in-1

Two break-ins earlier between 5:00 pm to 10:00 PM (4 May) in Precinct One bring the number of burglaries to 6 in one month.

Here are  pictures from one of the burglaries (Damar Laut 2A):

Side glass door forced open. I could not detect any sign of, say, a crowbar having been used but never realized you could pull the door so hard until the 'bolt' it bends. It bends because the bolt is attached to a bar (see the two screws) that appears to be made of cast iron.

Side glass door forced open. I could not detect any sign of, say, a crowbar having been used but never realized you could pull the door so hard until the ‘bolt’ bends. It bends because the bolt is attached to a bar (see the two screws) that appears to be made of cast iron (cheap and easily broken).

 

In and straight upstairs because this IPad and a laptop was left behind on the ground floor.

In and straight upstairs because this IPad and a laptop was left on the ground floor.

Like in Hollywood movies when the FBI comes calling.

Like in Hollywood movies when the FBI comes calling.

The other house hit in P1 is along Damar Laut 3 whose owners left home around 5:00PM and returned around 9:30 PM. Valuables were stolen from both units.

The system is simply broken where it matters. People who should not be getting in are coming. Visitors who refuse to register are simply allowed in. Heck, even the Police arrived before an NGF guard came to the above house. The NGF Security Officer stayed away apparently because of his poor command of Malay or English.

The fix will come but it is going to be at least a couple of months away from a desired solution. Be cautious min the meantime.

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12 Responses to 2-in-1 makes 6-in-1

  1. Stanley Ooi says:

    Tight security is always the first priority i look into before buying own house. These break ins have make me going to think twice before landing any ink,,,,,,

  2. yfyin says:

    Just to inform everyone, the same middle east like robbers robbed three more houses in Bukit Tinggi Batu Nilam 26 semi-D yesterday around 3 to 7 p.m.
    When spotted, they jumped into a black Estima. Their modus operandi, in jogging attire, pretending to exercise.

  3. adonng says:

    I walk my dogs at odd hour and randomly and sometime cycle to unwind…hope this can help

  4. lionelsharon says:

    It is annoying and frustrating that GCD is just feeling so tidak apa atttitude on these 6th incidents. I would like to see those guards on duty during that period be hauled to the police station for thorough questioning. Usual experiences , the police does get intel info. I strongly continue to promote neighborhood watch among all of us. Keep vigilant.

  5. boyscout2b says:

    Maybe it’s time to implement a Rukun Tetangga (RT) scheme in GC. I don’t think we can rely on GCD appointed security guards. They are too timid and cannot communicate at all. Does anyone really feel safe anymore?

  6. These guys targeted only the bedrooms in search for cash and jewellery. Small stuff they can pocket and walk out, most likely on foot. Easy access from P3 or jetty.

  7. yfyin says:

    Yesterday, I went out to buy something, when I came back around 5pm, a white wira with 4 guys inside could have done it, they looked like indians or foreigners. They stop at the visitor bar but don’t see them coming down to register.

  8. rlshawnie says:

    Shocking! This is not the straw that breaks the camel back. It’s breaking the elephant’s back! Looks like we have to step up a few notches in the process of self management of our community. In this interim period, let’s be a bit more vigilant of our surrounding.

  9. wkchoo says:

    Holy shit!! Watch out for each other…..it’s always strike when owners not around. The trends seem to be when owner went out for dinner.

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