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Bail for the 19 robbers who stole 1 155 boxes of chicken in Cape Town set at R 2 500

Bail for the nineteen guys who stole 1155 packing containers of chicken in Cape Town is set at R 2 500.


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  The nineteen guys who seemed the Goodwood Magistrates Court for stealing chicken merchandise, had their bail set at R2 500 on Wednesday.  

The guys regarded following their arrest final week for the robbery of 1155 boxes of chicken merchandise worth more than R600 000. 

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 A 52-year-antique Charlesville resident and his 18 accomplices had been in police custody following their brazen hijacking of a chicken supplying truck in Ottery Road, Wynberg, last week Wednesday. Police spokesperson Novela Potelwa stated the suspects had been apprehended with the aid of using Lockdown II forces with the assist of a monitoring company, hours after the hijacking. 

 “Police pounced on 19 who have been loading pallets containing chicken into seven mild transport cars in Cochrane Avenue in Epping"


A overall of 1155 packing containers of frozen chicken have been seized. 

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 “The suspects, elderly among 25 and 50, have been therefore arrested and charged with ownership of the stolen property. "

 

A firearm with ammunition became additionally discovered on one of the suspects.


 “It turned into despatched for ballistic checking out to decide if it turned into utilised withinside the fee of a crime".


 "Another vehicle, a sedan, turned into additionally discovered at the scene.”  


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National Prosecuting Authority spokesperson Eric Ntabazalila stated the case relating Mogamat Levendak and 18 others become heard on Wednesday, wherein bail changed into set at R2 500 for every accused. Ntabazalila stated their case become postponed till September 29 for in addition investigation. 

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