Fort Knox Standard safe picked open in Rawtenstall, Lancashire. Safe was discovered by the new homeowners who wanted to be able to use it so we also supplied a new set of keys.
SMP Wessex safe opened for the new owners of a pub in Merseyside. New keys supplied so that the safe can be used again. Note our little prop on the top? It seems most of our customers expect us to blow up their safe so we’ve invested heavily in toy dynamite to keep them happy 🙂
Milners’ safe with lost keys opened in Warrington. Eight lever lock picked open nondestructively by your friendly neighborhood safecracker.
An old George Price safe picked opened in Worsley, Manchester. Clever little lock with an anti-pressure device to frustrate picking. A lot more thought went into these things back in the day.
The new owners of a house in Bolton discovered this Securikey Safeguard under floor safe and wanted to be able to use it. We opened the safe and provided a new set of keys.
The owner had lost the keys to this Dominator under floor safe in Sandbach, Cheshire. We picked the lock open and provided a new set of keys.
T. Withers & Son banded safe picked open in Yorkshire. The key was currently on Covid 19 lockdown abroad but due to our non destructive opening will work perfectly once returned. Professional safecracker in Yorkshire.
This Milners safe in Manchester was open but the owners did not have any keys for it. We serviced the safe and hand made a new set of keys so that it could be used once again. We service and open all makes of safes across Manchester and the Northwest of England.
With the key lost to this Chubb fire rated filing cabinet in Widnes, Cheshire, we were called to open it. The lock was picked open non destructively for the customer so that the contents could be retrieved.
The escutcheon on this old safe read “Unpickable Lock”. I love it when people tell me I can’t do something, it’s like waving a red flag in front of a bull. I made the trip up to Preston and picked the lock open for the customer.