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The Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department (TMPD) members have managed to secure the successful arrest of two male suspects in Soshanguve after they were found in possession of drugs, unlicensed firearms and ammunition.
According to the Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department News report, on Thursday, 20 August 22 the Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department (TMPD) officers received intelligence information about a suspicious residence in Soshanguve, officers followed up on this information and went conduct a raid at the suspected house.
The search led to the recovery of a large quantity of dagga, two unlicensed firearms and ammunition. Two male suspects were immediately placed under arrest and detained in jail on charges for possession of unlicensed firearms, ammunition, possession and dealing in dagga.
The two suspects will soon make an appearance in court to face the mentioned charges. On a separate incident TMPD officers arrested a 47 year old man after he was found with 370 packets of nyaope at his house in Hammanskraal.
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