Police are investigating after two Durbanville homeowners found vehicles and valuables stolen in separate burglaries.
An Erica Street resident got a call from his neighbour on Sunday September 26 asking him who took his bakkie, say police.
Getting home, at 2pm, he found his house had been burgled and his Nissan NP200 bakkie gone along with his Samsung Sonic TV, an Xbox and five games, wine and three guns.
“We also noticed that the front door was damaged,” said Durbanville police spokesman Captain Marchell Rhode.
A De Bron Street man was asleep when his home was burgled and his white Ford bakkie taken, along with a drone, an Xbox, a camera, a laptop, a computer, tools and a TV, on Monday October 4, at 3am, say police.
“There were no injuries. The house break-ins are being investigated, and at this stage no arrests have been made,” Captain Rhode said.
Contact Captain Rhode at 079 894 1333 if you have information.