The Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department and SAPS officers collaborated to secure the successful arrest of two male suspects in Johannesburg CBD (Gauteng Province), the suspects were charged with possession of suspected stolen property.
According to the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department News report, today, Tuesday, 24 May 2022 Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) officers spotted a suspicious white Isuzu bakkie at the entrance of the Zimbabwean Bus Terminals, officers asked two suspects if they could search the vehicle.
They found 2 meters copper cable and tools inside the vehicle, the suspects were questioned about the cable and they said they were doing construction at FNB Stadium, officers requested a wayleave from City Power as proof, however the suspects could not produce it, they were immediately placed under arrest for possession of suspected stolen property.
The suspects are currently detained at JHB Central SAPS and the vehicle used in commission of a crime is booked at SAPS pound, they will soon make an appearance in court to face the said charges.
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