A church in Widnes had lost the keys to these Chubb wall safe collection boxes some time ago and wanted them opening whilst some restoration work was ongoing. Unusual to see them with different types of lock, I can only assume they were installed at different times.
The keys to this Draper Safe4 wall safe had been put in a safe place and were never found again. We attended the home in Stockport, Manchester and picked open the double bitted lock so as not to cause any damage. We were also able to supply a new set of keys so that the safe could be used again by another satisfied customer.
We were called to a church in Wallasey after thieves had broken in through a stained glass window causing thousands of pounds worth of damage but fortunately got away with nothing of any value. They did however attempt to break in to a couple of safes preventing one of them from being opened with the key and stealing the keys to a smaller safe. The larger safe in the main picture was quickly fixed so that the key could enter the lock and open it up. The smaller safe shown below was picked open and re-keyed so that the stolen keys will no longer operate the lock.
We were also asked to open the lovely old warded rim lock on the church door shown below for which they key had been taken. As professional locksmiths we were pleased to oblige and after making a tool on site to operate the mechanism we opened it without any damage.
The owner of this Chubb Wall Safe in Crosby had lost the one and only key. We picked the safe open and put it back in to service by re-keying the lock.
This Chubb wall safe had failed to be opened by another locksmith. We got it open for the customer thus maintaining our 100% success rate.