5 suspects were arrested wearing Metro Police uniform. They were robbing motorists. Fire Arm and Two Vehicles recovered used at Mooinooi. This just shows members of the public how brave criminals are and they shouldn’t think twice before arming themselves because criminals won’t show any compassion if they have the nerves to dress like the law enforcements clearly, they have no regard for the law to an extent where they are dressing like our police officers.
Date: 29 April 2022 On Friday, April 29th, 2022 at around 8h30, five suspects wanted for an armed robbery in Mooinooi, North West, were observed near Kroonstad. Image: TimesLIVE Kroonstad Rural Safety and Social Crime Prevention officers were conducting Vehicle Check Point (VCP) operations on Steynsrus Road when they received a tip about a black suspected stolen vehicle, a Porche with five occupants, approaching them.
Helen Mashaba, 41, was sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of masterminding her husband's murder. "North West Provincial Commissioner Lieutenant General Sello Kwena has hailed Helen Mashaba's (41) life sentence handed down by the North Gauteng High Court on Monday," North West police spokeswoman Captain Aafje Botma said.
Police shoot 2 dead after carjackings and chase. The scene on the R82 between Koppies and Zamdela, Sasolburg, where two men were arrested in the hijacked Toyota RAV4. A wild chase after a robbery in Mooinooi in the North West ended in two-vehicle hijackings and an over-and-over shooting in the Free State on Friday.
Ten men we arrested in mooinooi in the north west province after mooinooi detectives and, Bratz tactical response team received an anonymous tip-off about suspicious men who were leaving at a residence around matamong informal settlement. The ten men had allegedly rented two shacks in one yard and behaved in a suspicious manner as if they were actually in hiding. Suspicious residence tipped-off the police, who swiftly went to the area where they found all the men available. They then demanded to search the two
5 suspects were arrested wearing Metro Police uniform. They were robbing motorists. Fire Arm and Two Vehicles recovered used at Mooinooi. The suspects are either very brazen or stupid because they opted for the Tshwane Metro police uniforms away from Gauge ng because Mooinooi is not in the Gauge ng province, so this was a mistake on their park and I can’t believe that members of the public are falling victim to such criminals.
Ten men we captured in mooinooi in the north west region after mooinooi analysts and, Bratz strategic reaction group got a mysterious clue about dubious men who were leaving at a home around matamong casual settlement. The ten men had purportedly leased two shacks in a single yard and carried on in a dubious way as though they were quite covering up. Dubious habitation warned the police, who quickly went to the territory where they discovered all the men accessible. They at that point requested to look through
On Sunday, December 19, 2021, Mooinooi and Brits Police captured a 35-year-old male after he and seven people reportedly perpetrated a business robbery at a retail establishment in a Mooinooi Shopping Complex. Two police officers and an administrative worker allegedly walked in on a business robbery in action at one of the retail outlets, according to sources.
The police in Mooinooi have secured a shocking arrest of five suspects who were pretending to be Metro police in order to rob people. According to the South African daily news Facebook post, five suspects were arrested wearing Metro police uniform yesterday 19 August 2021 in Mooinooi, the police also recovered an illegal firearm and two stolen vehicles from the suspects, the suspects are currently under police custody.
https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/north-west/police-fire-rubber-bullets-to-separate-two-groups-during-the-n4-march-in-north-west-42c3a678-15f8-428e-9572-a6ea22076984?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1652985616 Traffic stream on the N4, among Majakaneng and Mooinooi, was intruded on when a gathering known as the N4 Cluster walked on the interstate, to surrender reminder to nearby mining houses, requesting position and business amazing open doors for neighborhood individuals.
Photo: shutterstock images Helen Mashaba,41, has been sentenced to life imprisonment by the North Gauteng High Court on Monday, 6 December 2021. The accused was apprehended by Mooinooi police, after she confessed to being the mastermind behind the murder of her husband on Friday, 10 October 2020.
The South African police in a bid to reduce crime in South Africa have been tracking and clamping down on criminals who are ravaging different South African Communities. Over the week, many reported cases of armed robbery was successfully dealt with by the police and many more are being tackled in recent times.
“The police in Mooinooi were called about a Cash-In-transit heist that was taking place between Keya Rona Mall and Majakaneng, the law enforcers quickly responded and called for back up in order to confront the heavily armed suspects and q helicopter was dispatched to the scene. The police managed to chase down and apprehend the perpetrators of crime, 10 suspects were placed in custody and 12 weapons and ammunition was seized from the scene.
Law enforcement agents are making some notable progress in the fight to deal with crime in the country. A report which was published by Arrive Alive announced the biggest arrest of cash in transit robberies in South Africa for the year 2021. According to the report, 10 suspects got arrests as they were in possession of 12 illegal firearms and ammunition while the four vehicles they made use of were seized.
A 41 year old woman from the North West, Helen Mashaba, who masterminded the death of her husband has been convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment. Police were called to the scene after the body was spotted at Malema Section in Modderspruit, close to Mooinooi. The lifeless body of a male was discovered with three gunshot wounds on the upper body.
Ten suspects appeared in court for possession of illegal firearms, ammunition, possession of stolen property as well as housebreaking implements. The Provincial Commissioner of North West, Lieutenant General Sello Kwena was pleased about the arrest and immediate appearance of ten male suspects before the Brits Magistrates’ Court on Friday, 30 October 2020. They were making their court appearance on charges of being possession of prohibited firearms and ammunition, suspected stolen goods and possession of housebreaking
Ten claimed cash on the way looters were captured not long after a money heist in Mooinooi in North West on Monday. Police representative Col Brenda Muridili said a quick reaction from Mooinooi police brought about the capture of 10 individuals, and the recuperation of 12 guns, ammo, stained money and four vehicles.
5 suspects were captured wearing Metro Police uniform. They were burglarizing drivers. Gun and Two Vehicles recuperated utilized at Mooinooi. The suspects are either exceptionally bold or inept in light of the fact that they selected the Tshwane Metro police outfits from Check ng in light of the fact that Mooinooi isn't in the Measure ng territory, so this was a slip-up on their park and I can hardly imagine how individuals from the general population are succumbing to such hoodlums.
Police have arrested 10 alleged CIT robbers and seized 4 vehicles, stained coins, 12 firearms and ammunition. BY: [object Object] - Tue, 08 Jun 2021 05:06:fifty one GMT Ten alleged coins-in-transit robbers had been arrested inside hours of a coins heist in Mooinooi in North West on Monday.
Ten accused appear for possession of unlicensed firearms, ammunition, possession of stolen goods and housebreaking implements #TrioCrimes The Provincial Commissioner of North West, Lieutenant General Sello Kwena hailed the arrest and subsequent appearance of 10 men in the Brits Magistrates’ Court yesterday, 30 October 2020, for possession of unlicensed firearms and ammunition, possession of suspected stolen property and possession of housebreaking implements. The accused were remanded in custody until Monday,