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The 35-year-old man approached the manager of another funeral company to seek for a discount on a coffin and other items, according to officials. The incident occurred last Wednesday, according to a police spokesperson.
The complainant, who works as a manager at a well-known funeral home in Free State, claims that a well-known funeral home owner came to her office and requested a discount on a dome-type casket, which she was denied.
The stolen things were discovered at the suspect's offices during an inquiry, and he was detained and taken to the Free State police station for processing.
He is scheduled to appear in magistrate court on Monday next week, charged with possession of allegedly stolen property.
According to a police spokesman, the complainant discovered the warehouse had been broken into this morning when he arrived at the business.
She noticed that the casket, money, and two luxury coffins had all been taken. A case was opened at the Botshabelo police station.
When it comes to stealing coffins, South Africa is not immune. This undertaker is heartless and merciless. It demonstrates that the man dealt with this issue a long time ago.
For breaking both natural and police laws, the man should be imprisoned for a lengthy time.
Wait till next Monday for the man who will appear before a magistrate judge in the Free State.
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