COPS STOLE MY CASH!
HE was occupied with his pipes work while his five-lives house was being stripped on Thursday, 11 February.
In any case, Elliot Moyo's house wasn't broken into by hooligans, yet purportedly by cops.
"I don't have the foggiest idea why police would figure zama zamas would live in my home and why they broke in without calling me,"
He said he was diminished when he discovered it was the police, yet his help was brief when he understood his cash and different possessions were absent.
The 46-year-old from Durban Deep in Roodepoort, Joburg, said he had more than R7 000 in his home when the cops purportedly vandalized it.
He said cops revealed to him they were searching for zama zamas. "However, this doesn't answer who took my cash when they looked through my home.
"I don't have the foggiest idea why police would figure zama zamas would live in my home and why they broke in without calling me," he said.
Elliot said he likewise lost pipes instruments and his two entryways were harmed. He said a tin with R1 000 worth of coins and the extra key of his Nissan Almera were missing.
"Yet, cops said they didn't see the missing cash, devices or vehicle keys," he said.
"I'm furious with the cops as the one who lives with me said they requested her not to call me. I found a nursery fork in my room, which I presume they used to break in."
Elliot said he's been to the Roodepoort cop shop twice to report the missing cash and instruments, however was supposedly sent from column to post.
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Danai Dokwane (62), who lives with Elliot, asserted the cops broke the entryway when they went into the house.
"They took the apparatuses and didn't permit me to go outside to call Elliot," she said.
Gauteng police representative Kay Makhubele said he has sent the case number to the pertinent cop shop and will react when they return to him.
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