Property that belongs to the South Africans being kept in a garage, 4 selfish suspects where arrested following the massive cable theft.
They where caught in process of stripping the cables in a garage of one of the suspects, it explains the black outs in Primrose this 4 suspect is behind some of the blackouts.
The SAPS attended to a complaint from a local man that noticed the amount of cable in his neighbors garage, when the SAPS investigate discovered that they stole the cables and the damage to be repaired it will require other R500k.
SAPS followed up on the information regarding the suspects allegedly linked to theft case in Primrose, where copper cables get exchanged and they recovered stacks of copper cables already stripped. Some still in progress of stripping them.
According to the SAPS spokesperson more suspect are involved in this case the ploce, we will investigate more on the case there's no way 4 men carry the load of cable found on the scene alone.
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