Police swoop down on Wynberg vagrants

Collage of pictures from the joint vagrant operation

In the early morning hours of 14 April, Wynberg SAPS and the Wynberg Improvement District conducted a joint operation in Wynberg after complaints about vagrants. Hot spots were also checked.

Click here to read the full police report, see what hot spots were investigated and what was found.

“Please don’t leave cardboard and other material that can be sold or reused on the pavement,” ward councillor Elizabeth Brunette asked today (15 April). “The City’s recycling depot in Rosmead Avenue is open until 8 pm for residents and businesses to drop off unwanted items.”

Brunette also asked residents not to leave bins outside overnight.

Bins left standing on the pavement are thought to attract vagrants to the suburb.

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2 Comments

  1. What about lester road surely that is a hotspot all the vagrants sleeping making fires cooking and defecating all over the show burning there copper wire and littering . all sleeping on smiths lawnmowers stoepa real eyesore and all the criminals who seek refuge with the vagrants there

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