Three (3) non-citizens were detained by the Mankweng Taxi Association (MTA).
The Mankweng Taxi Association (MTA) has reportedly made three (3) international arrests in an effort to combat criminality in the area.
The foreign nationals had a gun and a rucksack full of smartphones, so the reports go.
According to locals of Mankweng, the foreign nationals were causing a lot of trouble.
Unknown men have been robbing residents of the area, and they're tired of hearing their complaints.
The occurrences motivated the Mankweng Tax Association (MTA) to investigate thoroughly, and they ultimately identified and arrested three (3) foreign nationals as suspects.
The three (3) aliens are suspected of stealing the phones and then using the gun to terrorize the neighborhood.
Locals are understandably upset by reports of criminal activity by non-citizens and the resulting increase in crime and level of security concern.
Residents have contacted the SAPS for assistance, claiming that foreign nationals are exclusively in the region to perpetrate criminal acts.
Source: Updates With LolahM
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