The Johannesburg Metro Police Department on its official Twitter account reported that the JMPD officers managed to arrest one suspect in Hillbrow, for possession of suspected stolen cables. Apparently the officers came across the suspect hiding something in a trailer that was meant to travel to Zimbabwe. And the JMPD officers found the cables inside the trailer.
However, the suspect couldn't account for the stolen cables. In recent days, there has been a number of reports about stolen cables. Readers should remember that, Cable theft, which not only costs the city millions in lost revenue but causes immeasurable inconvenience to Johannesburg residents.
The JMPD reported the incident as follows:
"1x suspect arrested by JMPD RegionF1 officers in Hillbrow for possession of suspected stolen cables. Officers came across the suspect hiding something in a trailer that was meant to travel to Zimbabwe. When searched officers found cables which the suspect couldn't account for"
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