When a business in Yorkshire snapped their only key in the safe they knew who to call for their safecracker needs. We have attended this business in the past to open another safe so our reputation preceeded us. As with the previous safe, this one was opened with minimal fuss, the lock was changed and new keys provided.
The owners wanted to remove this Brattonsound gun cabinet as part of a room refurbishment project. The problem being that it was bolted to the wall, locked shut and the keys could not be located. We were able to solve the problem for them by picking the lock open.
We were asked to quote to open this Milners safe in Cheshire with lost keys. The passports inside were urgently required and since our quote was much cheaper than others and didn’t involve the use of cutting equipment we were asked to to open it. Another professional safe opening for a very happy customer.
With no keys for this John Lowe safe the owner contacted us to open it for them. The safe lock was picked open so as not to damage the safe.
When the key wouldn’t open the safe containing the exam papers a school in Stoke-On-Trent called us to open this Vulcan Safe Class D. The safe was opened without any damage and left in perfect working order. Sorry kids!
Bluedot Safes unit with a failed combination lock opened for a client in the Liverpool One shopping complex in Liverpool. A replacement lock was fitted from stock to get the safe working again on the first visit.
The only key to this Charvat Neutron Star safe had been broken in the lock. We attended the shop in Liverpool, extracted the broken key bit and picked the lock open so that they could transfer the contents to a new safe they had already sourced.
The combination to the Auditcon lock on this Dudley safe was unknown and it needed to be moved for some building work. We determined the combination and reset the lock for them.
A trip to Stoke-on-Trent was required when the key broke for this Burton Torino Gold safe. We picked the lock open and replaced it with a new one we had in stock.
I love it when a plan comes together! I bought one of these Crado Hideaway safes five years ago to learn how they work in anticipation of having to open one for a client and today was the day. This distinctive safe with three combination wheels was manipulated to reveal the correct code and then reset to all zeros for the customer to set his own numbers. It might have only taken me 10 minutes on site today but this opening took 5 years of preparation and planning.