4 Suspects aged between 48 and 30 years who robbed the malamulele police station of firearms and ammunition have been arrested by the crime intelligence in different locations between Limpopo and Mpumalanga.
The crime intelligence received a tip-off about suspects travelling from Limpopo to Mpumalanga in Bushbuckridge area to bomb an ATM.
The suspects are responsible for various crime activities. They were involved in a robbery activity whereby they stole a 9mm pistol, police bulletproof and R5 rifle from a police officer in Botlokwa.
At the scene of the first arrest of the suspect situated in Limpopo, the crime intelligence seized two pistols (9mm) and ammunition,explosives, police bulletproof and cigarettes stolen from filling stations.
In addition, the crime intelligence in Bushbuckridge seized four R5 rifles, ammunitions,one pistol (9mm) and Z88, more explosives ,blasting cartridges, blue overalls, balaclavas and handcloves, eight (8) bullet resistance vests, takkies and torn money affected safe blasting.
A white toyota hilux double cab and white Mercedes-Benz c-class was seized. Both vehicles were declared to be used in various crime scenes.
All suspects are facing counts of charges :
Car hijacking, conspiracy to commit crimes, attempted murder,robbery with aggravated circumstances, possession of explosives and possession of use of prohibited firearms and ammunitions. Reports confirmed by Limpopo tracking team | Limpopo PIU.
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