Suspect that have been terrorizing courier van officers have been arrested after being linked many.
By Thee_Hub | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 2186 views
Two suspected courier van robbers have been arrested in Vosloorust, East Rand. The men have been linked to several attacks, police are still doing more investigations to see if there are more robberies and which ones they linked to.
Vosloorus has criminal syndicates based in both Sotho and Zulu hostels but then it seems SAPS are afraid of hostels, if they can just raid those hostels and arrest the criminals. That would help in getting rid of them because they are a problem, and Zimbabwean criminals are also another problem.
The problem with such people is the fact that they tend to shoot ordinary citizens, the police and fidelity officers when perpetrating crime. They do not think twice when they have to get money or people’s belongings, so if you in a tight corner you must just listen to them and follow every instruction because if you play superhero they will Lil you.
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