Tshwane Metro Police on its official Twitter has just confirmed the arrest of a 37 year old Zimbabwean male for tampering with infrastructures. According to the Tshwane Metro Police Twitter account, a TMPD cable unit caught the Zimbabwean male digging up cables on the R55 road. The Tshwane Metro Police Twitter account has thanked the team for the swift arrest of the 37 year old Zimbabwean male.
Cable theft remains to be one the most crime activities that has stifled the economic development of South Africa, because, when cables are stolen, it takes time to replace those stolen cables. As matter of fact, some parts of the country end up not having electricity as a result of cable theft. In recent years, South African power utility has appealed to community members to report those people who are involving in stealing cables.
The arrest of the 37 year old Zimbabwean male for tampering with infrastructures, comes at time when South Africa is currently experiencing a loadshedding.
On its official Twitter account, Tshwane Metro Police stated the following on regarding the arrres of Zimbabwean male
"TMPD Cable Theft Unit arrested a 37 Zimbabwean male for tampering with infrastructure. He was caught digging up cables at R55 Road. Well done team"
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