Someone is being looked for in connection with a theft.
Takealot Witbank is looking for Tichana Nyamunda, who they say stole hundreds of thousands of rands from the store. It seems they hired this person to work at their facility and gave him so much autonomy that he became a prime target for theft, and he dutifully carried out his mission. The Witbank South African Police are actively looking for him.
The police visited the suspect's residence to check whether he was there, but he was not there, so they had to actively hunt for him by disseminating information about his whereabouts. We can see how things may have gone wrong under these conditions, but more has to be done to ensure the perpetrator of these crimes is brought to justice. But the suspect remains at large, and he most definitely has a well-thought-out strategy at the moment.
The suspect, who was employed as the manager at the Takealot store in Witbank, is suspected of stealing parcels and cash worth R68,000 while he was there. The public does not have access to all details on the suspect's handling of the stolen property. Instead of just loading the stuff into the trunk of his truck and returning home, he left the situation. He could have done easily this in the middle of the night when his friend permitted himself to peek at the business. He might have done it in the wee hours of the morning when his piety would have permitted him to peek inside the store.
Someone needs to come forward with this desired person so that he may face justice and pay for his crimes to the full extent of the law. Witbank detective services and Crime Stop are asking anybody with information that might lead to the suspect's capture to get in touch with them. The populace at large has suffered a tremendous lot at this person's hands, and they are unfortunately unable to stop him or her. The general public may be certain that this will provide them comfort.
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