Police officers in Western Cape nabs a card fraudster.
By NewsUpdateSA | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 0 views
Police officers in Western Cape nabs a very suspicious card fraudster.
The provincial police management congratulations the operating team that was devoted to their daily work and apprehending criminals. What occurred the night before crippled the scammers. Police officers were operating in Mitchell plan when they spotted two very suspicious vehicle namely a Toyota Avanza and a Toyota LDV. The operating team stopped the two vehicles and searched them only to discover about 49 SASSA cards hidden with in a chocolate Box.
Well, it was imminent that both individuals in the vehicle were working together. The suspect’s were age 18,33,45 and 56 were arrested and faced interrogation for further investigation because it was evident that they were heading somewhere with those card. This led to a even bigger bust when got information that led them to a residential in Bo Kaap Cape town. They confiscated 427 bank cards of different bank, 56 year old lady and 32 year old male were aapprehended
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