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Police need community to help

The police in Bethlehem call upon the community to help them fight crime, as they count more successes where the community are involved.

Capt. Zweli Mohobeleli, police spokes­person, said the community could help to fight crime by becoming increasingly involved in community policing initiatives, and being willing to sacrifice their time and resources.

People are encouraged to alert the police of crime and refuse to participate in crime.

“For example, refuse to buy stolen goods and expose those involved, regardless of how they are related,” said Mohobeleli.

He advised everyone to invest in the security of their property.

“Buy and install alarms, panic buttons and CCTV cameras. Do not be negligent. Do not leave valuables on car seats or leave your vehicle where it is vulnerable to theft,” he said.

He urged the community to mark property, count their livestock and use alcohol responsibly.

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