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Pieces Missing in Recent Lego Thefts

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Pieces Missing in Recent Lego Thefts

Using a crow bar to pry open the entrance of an independent Lego retailer last night, two thieves forced entry into the premises before emptying and destroying its shelves- and getting away with almost $30,000 worth of Lego. With only three weeks until Christmas, it’s a shame this small business must suffer before what is probably their busiest business period of the year. While it’s unknown if the two robberies are connected, it’s clear the thieves knew what they were looking for, as only valuable and collectable items were targeted durin  ...read more

Caribbean Business Park- Round Two

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Caribbean Business Park- Round Two

Winner of the 2018 Best Business Park Award, Caribbean Business Park, has begun stage two of its development process in becoming Australia’s premier business park. Working closely with NJM Group and its range of subsidiary businesses like Australian Bollards, Australian Handrails and Ned Kelly Bike Racks, the award recognises excellence in design and innovation in the business sector on a state and national level. Caribbean Business Park now has architecturally designed balustrades and handrails, customised light bollards and a range of other security solutions includi  ...read more

Store Profits Up In Smoke

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Store Profits Up In Smoke

Two thieves used a sledge hammer and angle grinder to break into a Mount Martha IGA earlier this year. One thief used an angle grinder to break through a locked cigarette cabinet while the other filled a trolley with cigarettes. Only four days later, the same IGA was struck again, but this time the thieves removed the entire cabinet and loaded it into their getaway vehicle. Rod, the owner of the IGA, says he’s spent over $12,000 this year on replacing windows to stop the black-market thieves. But the real cost can be for the owners- often small, family businesses   ...read more

If They Can’t See It, They Can’t Steal It

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If They Can’t See It, They Can’t Steal It

Two men are wanted for questioning after an armed robber wielding a knife held up a Murray Road service station in Preston on October 23. CCTV vision shows the armed robber escaped with cash and cigarettes around 9:15 PM and appears to have been with another male before entering the service station. Investigations are still underway, and police are asking the public for information to assist their investigation. Meanwhile, a staff member at a Mobil service station in Hamilton escaped injury recently after thieves smashed their way inside. Police will obtain CCT  ...read more

Manheim Bids on High-Security Bollards

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Manheim Bids on High-Security Bollards

Australian Bollards recently installed high-impact bollards at Mannheim Fowles Auctions last week to ensure peace of mind and security to staff, customers and visitors to the premises. Manheim Fowles is Melbourne’s premier site for car auctions, with 50 years’ experience in the industry and the Melbourne location being the largest in Australasia. These heavy duty 219mm diameter bollards provide protection to Manheim’s selection of cars, trucks, motorbikes, boats and other recreational vehicles which go to auction each week. They can als  ...read more

Party’s Over for Small Business

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Party’s Over for Small Business

Two thieves used bolt cutters to break in to a small business in Willaston, South Australia on Friday morning. CCTV footage shows the pair hooking the $10,000 trailer to their Nissan Pajero, closing the front gate and driving off undisturbed in to the night. Unfortunately, the owner of the party hire business hadn’t insured his custom-built trailer and will have to cancel upcoming events that require the trailer. CCTV first captured the thieves scouting the area- a common method used to find vulnerable properties- without security and which provide eas  ...read more

Total Care for Aged Care

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Total Care for Aged Care

In the spirit of helping others, Australian Bollards has installed Armco Barriers and wheel stops to provide security and protection to the residents and staff at Little Sisters of the Poor in Northcote, Victoria. Little Sisters has been providing aged care since six French and two English Sisters took a six-week journey to arrive in Melbourne in 1885. This residence, on St Georges Road, was purchased the same year and by 1892 housed 300 residents- many of whom came from the gold rush. Our Armco Barriers are installed in car parks, freeways and highwa  ...read more

Ball Fence Safety Barriers

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Ball Fence Safety Barriers

Australian Bollards provides easy to install Ball Fence barriers and handrails for indoors and outdoors, commercial and civil installations. They can act as a barrier between vehicles and pedestrians, between floor staff and forklifts, cyclists and motorists, as handrails down staircases and on bridges, factories, loading areas and warehouses. They act as a tubular handrail and stanchion system and can be transported and installed in short notice to provide a level of security that is required by government and security standards (AS1657). Our galvanised steel Monowills Safety H  ...read more

Thieves Ram-Raid Frankston Anaconda Store

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Thieves Ram-Raid Frankston Anaconda Store

Thieves ram-raided a Frankston Anaconda clothing store on Tuesday at 6:20 AM this week. Police say the men, aged from 25-30 years old, rammed a stolen Ford Territory into the storefront before getting away with thousands of dollars’ worth of North Face clothing. A man told 3AW breakfast he saw the black SUV lodged in the store’s front doors about 7:15 AM and alerted authorities. Police are currently investigating the burglary. How Ram-Raids Happen Thieves always premeditate their burglaries and ram-raids. They choose which premises to targ  ...read more

Introducing the Raptor AI- the future of public security

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Introducing the Raptor AI- the future of public security

Australian Bollards is working hard to give a helping hand to the Australian Police Force. Because we all deserve to feel safe at night. Our parking and public spaces can now be monitored and secured 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with the introduction of our Raptor ASG range. It’s time for the next step in public security. Our units are controlled remotely by trained security personnel who can speak, see and hear through these units. Raptor AIs are equipped with Securecloak smokescreens and other defensive and offensive installations, maki  ...read more







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