The keys had been accidentally locked inside this security cabinet at a shop in Ormskirk. This isn’t the first time this had happened but last time the keys were found shortly after arriving on site. This time the keys really were inside but we were able to open it up to retrieve them.
This Dudley Harlech safe at a hotel in Stockport had a very handy deposit chute for dropping money in without having to unlock it. This is a great feature but once you realise that you’ve deposited both of the safe keys then it becomes a bit of a problem. Fortunately our safe engineers are good at problem solving and were able to pick the lock open without damage so that the keys could be retrieved.
The key had been accidentally locked inside this Sentry safe at a Solicitors office in Liverpool. The contents were required for them to start their business first thing in the morning so we agreed to go out immediately and open it for them ready for the next day. Once on site we picked the lock open so that the safe could be put straight back into service once the keys were retrieved from inside. The whole thing from the initial call to the safe being opened took less than an hour, now how’s that for service!
I received an emergency call from a local post office last week, they had accidentally locked three sets of safe keys inside one of the safes and were unable to open the shop until they could access the money. I was in attendance at another job at the time the call came in but luckily I was just about wrapping it up and was able to be with them within half an hour and had the safes open within another 30 minutes.