The Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) IIOC Undercover specialists have gotten the useful catch of eight suspects, after a truck was halted and R1 million worth of taken copper joins was seen as covered at the back.
As per the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department News report, on Thursday, 22 April 2022 Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) IIOC Undercover specialists were made aware of watch out for a truck which is made sure to move taken copper joins.
JMPD specialists saw the thought truck and escort vehicle at Commissioner and John Paige Street in Jeppestown (Gauteng Province), the two vehicles were halted and looked, this incited them seeing taken copper joins which are assessed to be worth R1 million, the copper joins are recognized to have a spot Telkom.
A sum of eight suspects were put caught on a charge for being accountable for taken property, they will a little while later show up in court to face the charge.
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