Two suspects, 23 years of age and 28 years of age, have been captured after Gauteng police yesterday, revealed a distribution center in Booysens, Joburg, where seized superior vehicles parts were being put away.
Police said something like two suspects had been captured.
Cops, including from the Gauteng Highway Patrol, SAPS Crime Intelligence, Hawks, Joburg metro police office (JMPD) K9 and Ekurhuleni metro police division (EMPD) particular assignment group, were essential for the activity where vehicle parts and vehicles worth millions were revealed.
Gauteng police representative Lieutenant Colonel Mavela Masondo said the Booysens distribution center was being utilized as a capacity for parts of captured vehicles.
"Inside the stockroom, police discovered a few pieces of vehicles including 10 motors that have been connected to elite vehicles that were supposedly seized around Gauteng.
"The police have additionally held onto products worth great many rand that are suspected to have been taken from captured trucks," Masondo said.
He said a 23-year-old speculate who is accepted to be the proprietor of the stockroom, with a 28-year-old suspect, were captured.
Masondo said the suspects would be accused of being in control of parts from associated commandeered vehicles and ownership with taken property, while the more youthful presume who was captured for purportedly attempting to pay off cops and would deal with pay off indictments.
The commonplace magistrate Lieutenant-General Elias Mawela recognized the cooperation between police, EMPD and JMPD.
"This disclosure and ensuing captures will crush the spirit of an organization managing parts from seized vehicles," Mawela said.
"I have trained the exploring group to guarantee that they follow and capture the culprits answerable for superior vehicle hijackings just as truck hijackings. We have their plunder and presently we should carry them to book," Mawela said.
Source : IOL.co.za
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