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Eight bust with over 200 cellphones after business robbery

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Cape Town – The police in the Western Cape captured eight speculates not long after they supposedly led a business theft in Kraaifontein. 


Common police representative Colonel André Traut said individuals joined to the Maitland Flying Squad secured the suspects. 


He said on Thursday evening officials responded to data after a business was looted. 


A private property was recognized and it was looked. 


Eight suspects, matured somewhere in the range of 25 and 45 were consequently captured. 


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"An unlicensed gun, ammo, an impersonation gun and 239 taken cellphones were seized," Traut said. 


The gathering are relied upon to show up in the Kuilsriver Magistrate's Court on Monday. 


The police captured eight suspects and seized more than 200 cellphones after a business theft. Photograph: SAPS 


In a different episode, officials appended to the National Intervention Unit helped by common analysts led an attack at a home in Braambos Close in Plattekloof where one suspect was captured in the wake of being found possessing drugs. 


"During the strike officials seized gear to develop marijuana, 954 pot trees and 321 mandrax tablets with a consolidated worth of R1.3 million," Traut said. 


The suspect is relied upon to show up in the Bellville Magistrate's Court on Monday on charges of the unlawful ownership of medications. 


In a disconnected matter, the police are looking for the help of people in general for data with respect to a mishap which happened on October 10, at around 7.26pm along Robert Sobukwe Drive in Bishop Lavis. 


The police say a 35-year-elderly person was hit by a vehicle who neglected to stop at the location of the mishap. 


The lady passed on because of her wounds while heading to clinic. 


Anybody with any data about this episode can contact the examining official Detective Warrant Officer Rochelle van Schalkwyk on 082 312 7221 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.

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