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Care to elaborate on this? Would like to hear more.Yes, pity you not allowed to use force against the crimals. This country, government is criminals so the criminals that harm you are right and when you defend yourself, you will be taken to task for it. Imagine they break-in and set your house alight with you and family in it? The captain of Sophiatown wrote in the register that I did not want to open a case?
Last year April, I parked my NP200 in a parking lot across the road from the restaurant that I was having dinner at with my family. Waitress comes along just as I'm about to leave and asks if I drove a white bakkie. After I answered, she prompted me to go have a look at the one down the road. Walk over to my car to find the passenger door wide open, wipers half way through a cycle (thieves must've got some life out of it), a bunch of tools on the driver's seat and my ignition completely stuffed. Thankfully my sound system and even money inside the car was not taken.
Worst part of the story was that my insurance wouldn't cover the new ignition system + repairs which meant I had to fork out just over 2k to get my car in driveable condition again.
Parow, Cape Town, 3 blocks from the Parow train station. House has a parking lot to one side.
13 cameras constantly recording to 3 different computers running Blue Iris. 1m square signs everywhere showing pictures of security cameras (as bastards can't read).
Burglar bars, dogs. Even then I had one attempted break in at 4am. When he was rumbled he threw stones and broke the windows on one side of the house before running off.