Police thankful for revamped vehicle

Sharlien Tjambari 

Weiss Auto Body Repairs handed over a pick-up vehicle to the Namibian Police. The vehicle was completely rusted so the team at Weiss Autobody Repairs took it upon themselves to revamp the vehicle and make it look brand new again.

Mark Weiss said the project kicked off after one of the employees suggested that they do something in order to give back to the community. He said “We didn’t work full time on the vehicle, we started working on the vehicle about three months and today we are handing over”.
Weiss is hoping to make this project an ongoing project to give back to the community.
Companies also involved with the sponsoring of parts and services and who also made this possible are Cano-py Centre, Greg’s Motor Spares, Namib Upholstery, Hemco Paints and Steckle’s Toyota.
It costs the company approximately N$38 000 to revamp the vehicle.
The Regional Commander of the Erongo Police, Commissioner Andreas Nelumbu witnessed the handover ceremony and said he was informed about the project, and he approved.
“I personally came to thank everyone who contributed to the revamping of this car. We really appreciate it.
This assistance is to the police and through the police you assist the community as you are making the police mobile in its aim to serve the community.
Nelumbu further urged his colleagues, who are the end users, to respect the job done on the vehicle and treat

 

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