Lost keys to this Dominator under floor safe in Stoke-on-Trent left the owner unable to retrieve his valuables. Paladin were called to remedy the situation. The safe lock was picked open and new keys supplied so the safe could be used again. If you need a safecracker in the Stoke-on-Trent area then give us a call.
The keys were lost to this Fort Knox underfloor safe at a property in Birkenhead. The lock was picked open in cramped conditions and new keys provided for the owner.
This locked Churchill Emerald Grade 3 safe was acquired with a new home purchase without any keys. The formidable safe had an eleven lever lock and would provide valuables cover of around £350,000. Being located in a kitchen cupboard made things even more difficult but both the safe lid lock and the deposit chute were picked open without causing any damage and new keys were provided.
This Securikey Safeguard underfloor safe was discovered by the new owners of a home in Warrington. With no keys they had no way of telling what was inside. The curiosity caused them to contact us to get it open for them. The safe lock was picked open for them to reveal……
Fort knox underfloor safe picked open. Neither of the keys which I was told were 100% the right ones would work despite some effort. Luckily we don’t need keys!
All those years playing “Operation” paid off extracting a very stubborn broken key from this Burton Watchman Safe. Didn’t even buzz once!
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.
A garage in Liverpool were unable to open this Dudley under floor safe even though they had the key. We determined that the lock had become disconnected from the safes boltwork so there was no way for the lock to pull the door bolts back. We opened the safe and made the necessary repairs to get it working again.
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.
This Fort Knox safe in Chorley, Lancashire had been attacked prior to us attending. None of the visible holes in the lid were made by us. The history is unclear as it was found by the new owners of the house who were curious as to what was inside. Despite the damage we were able to open the lid for the client.