A tip-off has caused the arrest of a fifteen-12 months-antique suspect in Wesbank, Mfuleni, who was allegedly stuck with an unlicensed firearm concealed in a teddy endure.
’’of their endeavours to convey stability to crime-affected areas on this province, participants attached to Lockdown II have been deployed in Kleinvlei, Mfuleni and Kraaifontein closing night time, where they arrested suspects for critical offences.’’
A 35-yr-vintage guy was arrested at some stage in an intelligence-pushed operation in Somerset height in Kleinvlei, while he changed into allegedly discovered in ownership of a prohibited .38 special revolver and ammunition, in addition to a blue Kia Picanto pronounced stolen in Parow at the beginning of the year, Traut stated.
In Kraaifontein, a 33-yr-vintage suspect become arrested for being in ownership of a stolen Honda Ballade. The suspects are expected to seem in a Blue Downs court soon.
In an unrelated police intervention, eight suspects are predicted to make their courtroom appearances these days in Vredendal on charges regarding the nature Conservation Ordinance.
The suspects were apprehended in a avenue block in Van Rhynsdorp yesterday via members of the inventory robbery and Endangered Species Unit for being in ownership of six bags comprising covered plants. The precise value of the plants is but to be decided.
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