Officers from the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department and the South African Police Service (SAPS) worked together to make the successful arrest of two male suspects in the Johannesburg Central Business District (Gauteng Province). The suspects were charged with being in possession of property that was believed to have been stolen.
Earlier today, on Tuesday, May 24, 2022, officers from the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) spotted a suspicious white Isuzu bakkie at the entrance to the Zimbabwean Bus Terminals. The officers approached two suspects and asked them if they could search the vehicle.
The suspects were questioned about the cable and said they were working on construction at FNB Stadium. Officers requested a wayleave from City Power as proof; however, the suspects were unable to produce it. As a result, the suspects were immediately placed under arrest for possession of suspected stolen property.
The suspects are currently being held at the JHB Central SAPS station, and the vehicle that was used in the commission of a crime has been booked at the SAPS pound. The suspects are expected to soon make an appearance in court to face the charges that have been leveled against them.
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