South Africans are left completely shocked after Police in Gauteng arrested two suspects who are believed to be employed as police reservists in Johannesburg CBD.
According to the South African daily News report, police in Gauteng received intelligence driven information about two alleged police reservists who are involved in the illegal tragedy of cigarettes, police also received information that suspects are driving a white panel van, police followed up on this information yesterday 3 October 2021.
They intercepted the suspected panel van in Johannesburg CBD and stopped it for a search, while searching the vehicle they were shocked to discover thousands of Remington Gold cigarettes, multiple illegal firearms and ammunition, the firearms and cigarettes were confiscated to be used as evidence in court.
The two suspects believed to be police reservists were arrested and detained for being in possession of illicit trade of cigarettes, being in possession of unlicensed firearms and ammunition they will soon be appearing in court to face the charges.
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