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ABH Glencoe Patients And Staff Attacked In Robbery

Robbers have broken into the Aryan Benevolent Home’s (ABH) old age home in Glencoe on Friday evening, 17 July 2020. The men gained entry by cutting the barbed wire fence and the suspects fled with cash, a camera and damaged doors, cupboards across the entire elderly care facility.  The armed men held nurses at gunpoint and assaulted a staff nurse and thereafter entered the frail care section which treats the elderly, destitute and schizophrenia residents.

Naren Pattundeen interim CEO of the ABH said: “It is incredibly heartbreaking that people broke into our Home at Glencoe and traumatized our elders and our nurses who are our frontline heroes. Our dedicated staff and our distressed elderly residents have received counselling and we pray that they will be able to heal from this awful ordeal. ”.

 For further information please call the ABH on 031 404 9523 or email vanessa@abh.co.za

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