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From 1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m., the Zimbabwean cable thieves dug and cut as usual, and we were able to apprehend three of them while allowing the other two to escape.
Mr. Mmale, a local of Soweto, explained that cable thieves often arrive at night, when most people are asleep, and then steal power wires; this has occurred for a very long time.
The villagers, on the other hand, planned and set a trap for the invaders while they awaited their arrival. They arrived as usual and began excavating and cutting cable, but the townspeople apprehended them and Red-handed 2 escaped.
Mr. Mmale uploaded the video as a warning to all South Africans that cable thieves no longer do daytime crimes. The current time is midnight. Let us be conscious!!
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