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<p><strong>By Jonk WA Mashamba</strong><br />
jonkm@greateralextoday.co.za</p>

<p>Three young thugs were nearly shot by security guards when they attempted to steal a second tent at Altrec Sports Facility. The incident occurred on the 08th April around 12 PM when guards were patrolling the area. According to a guard who asked to remain anonymous, the thugs might have jumped a palisade wall, with a mission to steal another tent. This comes after a tent was stolen on the 7th April and sold at 20th Selborne. “When we were chasing the thugs, we nearly shot at them, but realized they were kids. But now we have realized that being merciful won’t help us curb crime at public facilities, we will kill them when they try that again,” said a guard. Asked how the stolen tent was recovered, the guard said.</p>

<p>“During our patrol, we could recognize the tent from far, already fixed on top of a shack at 20 Selborne. We then called the cops to accompany us to the place. On arrival, the family that bought the tent from the thugs confessed they bought it at 16th Avenue from someone who claimed it was his.” During the lockdown, many public facilities, especially schools were vandalized, broken int</p>
Thugs target sports facilities

By Jonk WA Mashamba
jonkm@greateralextoday.co.za

Three young thugs were nearly shot by security guards when they attempted to steal a second tent at Altrec Sports Facility. The incident occurred on the 08th April around 12 PM when guards were patrolling the area. According to a guard who asked to remain anonymous, the thugs might have jumped a palisade wall, with a mission to steal another tent. This comes after a tent was stolen on the 7th April and sold at 20th Selborne. “When we were chasing the thugs, we nearly shot at them, but realized they were kids. But now we have realized that being merciful won’t help us curb crime at public facilities, we will kill them when they try that again,” said a guard. Asked how the stolen tent was recovered, the guard said.

“During our patrol, we could recognize the tent from far, already fixed on top of a shack at 20 Selborne. We then called the cops to accompany us to the place. On arrival, the family that bought the tent from the thugs confessed they bought it at 16th Avenue from someone who claimed it was his.” During the lockdown, many public facilities, especially schools were vandalized, broken int

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