The Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) #ByLawsManagementUnit members have secured the successful arrest of three male suspects for being in possession of stolen property (copper cables) and bribery (R20 000) in Mondeor (Gauteng Province).
According to the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department News report, yesterday, Friday, 15 April 2022 Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) #ByLawsManagementUnit members received information from an anonymous source about a truck that's transporting copper from a Roodepoort Scrap Metal Shop.
The Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) members followed up on this information and spotted the suspected truck in Mondeor, they stopped and searched the truck which led to them making a discovery of the stolen copper cables, the suspects attempted to bribe officers with R20 000 in order for them to let them go.
Officers turned down their offer and confiscated the cash, they were placed under arrest on charges of suspected stolen property and bribery, they will soon make an appearance in court to face the said charges.
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