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Sad News for All South Africans After This Was Revealed

Pretoria - A 40-year-old man who had been on the run for quite some time was apprehended when he voluntarily visited a police station to report that he had stolen equipment that he had been sent to deliver to clients.

Brigadier Selvy Mohlala, a police official for the province of Mpumalanga, stated on Tuesday that Thomas Ngcobo had appeared in the Bethal Magistrate's Court and been remanded in custody.

"According to the information at the police's disposal, the suspect will transport equipment and materials valued more than R20 000. Supposedly, the material in question was moved to another site without the owner's knowledge or permission "The representative for the Mpumalanga police force, Brigadier Selvy Mohlala, made this statement.

"It took seven days, but once the supervisor decided to look at the solicitations, the suspect's dirty tricks became clear. It was known that some materials had been distributed to the wrong addresses and that two solicitations had gone missing."

In September 2015, a robbery report was filed at the Bethal SAPS station after the incident was reported.

An image of Durban's "most moronic" criminal was left at the scene of the crime.

Robbery suspect accidentally kills himself with a gun he stole from a store. One could ask if he is the region of Gauteng's most inept criminal.

An advocated street pharmacy pharmacist was arrested and sent to jail.

After inquiring at the Bethal SAPS about his application for the police enrollment drive, "the culprit was startlingly captured on Monday, 15 August 2022," Mohlala stated.

Lieutenant-General Semakaleng Daphney Manamela, the common magistrate of police in Mpumalanga, has issued an open invitation for Ngcobo's capture and warned wanted offenders on the run that the unyielding power of law and order will get them.

"We are working hard every day, as directed, to create a safe environment for all citizens. As long as other suspects are out there roaming the streets and posing a threat to infrastructure, we will not be able to reach that point "what she stated


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