Two boys were beaten by community members of Lombardy East on the afternoon, this is after they heard there were two suspects who were captured using mithi to perpetrate their crimes.
It is alleged they were caught robbing a woman in Lombardy, they always target easy prey and it is completely unacceptable because women get into such trouble for nothing.
Someone told the community that he know the boys from 15 Vasco, Alexandra. The suspects have been terrorizing the citizens of Gauteng, and their luck seems to have run out and now they were at the mercy of the members of the public.
On the second picture it is what was identified as “muthi”. They are suspected to be using muthi to rob people, the community members got together as soon as they heard that there was a suspect who was perpetrating these horrible crimes in our society.
Community members delayed to call the police because they wanted to beat themq first, the men had definitely grown weary of their actions because they have gotten them in such trouble with the community..
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