Youth desk raises awareness

Members of the Primrose Crime Prevention Youth Desk (PCPYD) Thabiso Disoloane (back, left), Lucky Metso, Chantel Bergman, Xola Buthelezi, Moipone Mohloai, Puleng Metso, Walter Taba (front, left), Bamaketse Rantho, Sinoyolo Thethi, Bheki Maseko and Tetelo Tebele took to the streets of Sunnyridge to warn the community about crimes in the area.

Members of the Primrose Crime Prevention Youth Desk (PCPYD) and the Primrose police recently took to the streets in Sunnyridge to encourage residents to stay safe.

The PCPYD engaged with residents and warned them about the main crimes which occur in the area.


These include vehicle theft and housebreaking.

“Safety tips were given to the community and put into mailboxes,” said Sgt Styles Maome, communications officer for the Primrose police.


Maome thanked the PCPYD members for their commitment.

“Residents should learn from these young people. They are doing a good job,” he said.

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