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.
Lost keys to this old E Hipkins & Co safe saw us visiting the Peak District. The lock was picked open saving the safe and new keys could be made at a later date should the owner desire.
We were called out to open a Chubb Data cabinet which we did and found this TDR Coffer inside. The client also needed this opening so we picked open the lock and provided a new set of keys to both safes.
The keys had been lost to this church Tabernacle at a church in Wigan, we picked the lock open for them to save any damage.
The owner had lost one of his keys to this Yale safe and the other was safe and sound inside it. We attended the job in Halifax and picked the lock open so the key and the safes contents could be retrieved.
The keys had been lost to this Churchill Clubman II Safe at a hospital in Lancaster. We picked open the keylock but discovered that the handyman had tried to open it before us and he had broken the handle. We still managed to get it open without any further damage but the safe was now beyond economical repair and they opted to replace it. DIY safecracking is almost always a costly exercise, please leave it to the professionals if you want to save money.
No rest for us safecrackers, lost keys to this Denward trolley on Christmas day meant we had to go to work. The medicine trolley was in a care home in Chorley and the residents were getting desperate for their medication. We picked open the lock to save the day before returning home for some non-alcoholic beverages.
When the keys went missing to this Hobbs, Hart & Co. Ltd. safe in Oldham we were called to resolve the problem. We opened the safe and made a new set of keys.