Chatsworth detectives have arrested a 27 year old former hospital employee After it's alleged that he had stolen a dialysis machine from a local hospital and pawned it for monetary gain.
According to the SAPS news report, the 27 year old suspect who was employed at a local hospital decided to remove a dialysis machine from the premisis of the hospital without permission and pawned it for monetary gain in August, after being caught by the surveillance cameras at the hospital he went on the run.
A case of theft was opened and police began looking for the suspect, after a long month of investigation they finally arrested the suspect yesterday 21 September 2021 they found him at a property in the Umhlatuzana Township in the Shallcross area in Chatsworth.
The dialysis machine which is valued at R250 000 was also recovered and it will be returned to the hospital soon, the suspect will be appearing in the Chatsworth Magistrate’s Court today 22 September 2021 to face charges of theft.
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