The police in Gauteng along with other law authorization offices and the Community Policing Forum proceed with the week after week problematic Operation O Kae Molao which is directed all the while all through the five areas inside the Province.
This weekend the activity brought about the capture of north of 1 300 individuals for various crimes including in excess of 50 undocumented people who will be handled by Department of Home Affairs.
Common Commissioner of SAPS in Gauteng, Lieutenant General Elias Mawela drove the activity that was held in West Rand District. During this activity 169 suspects were captured for managing in drugs, equipped theft, managing alcohol without a permit and undocumented people among others. Alcohol, drugs and a vehicle with a tempered motor number were seized.
Sello said the suspect was found possessing a rifle and a gun with no chronic number.
He was captured for ownership of unlawful guns and he further drove the police to one more speculate who was likewise found possessing two guns that had no chronic numbers. As indicated by Sello starter examination connected the two suspects to various instances of homicide.
"One more insight data drove police to Olievenhoutbosch where a man was found possessing a rifle and gun. He was additionally captured and accused of ownership of unlicensed guns," said Sello.
Sello says generally captured speculates will show up at the different Magistrates' Courts from Monday, 17 January 2022.
The Provincial Commissioner of SAPS in Gauteng, Lieutenant General Elias Mawela has liked the endeavors of all partners who profit themselves consistently to guarantee wellbeing and security of the occupants of Gauteng Province. He likewise said thanks to the local area individuals who keep on revealing crimes and furthermore give clues to the police.
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