TWO TEENAGERS BUST FOR ARMED ROBBERY! .
TWO suspects were captured for ownership of an unlicensed gun and outfitted theft in Nyanga municipality in Cape Town.
Police representative Captain FC van Wyk said the cautiousness of police brought about the capture of the suspects, who had looted a student who was strolling to class.
"The student was strolling in the road when the presumes moved toward him. One pointed him with a gun and the other requested his cellphone," said Van Wyk.
He said a fight followed, and the suspects figured out how to escape with the cellphone.
"The casualty waved to a police vehicle on the lookout and announced the theft. A pursuit followed, which prompted the capture of the two suspects, matured 15 and 16," he said. As per Van Wyk, the 15-year-old was found possessing the unlicensed gun while the 16-year-old was in control of the taken cellphone.
Occupant Luyolo Ntwana said kids didn't fear weapons any longer.
"The medications that these children smoke give them power. They are not terrified of murdering individuals. Children their age should mess around, not burglarizing individuals," said Ntwana.
He added that cops expected to make an illustration of them so they don't rehash something very similar.
"In our municipalities, we are being threatened by kids. The tables have turned. Rather than getting regard from them, we give them regard since we fear getting shot," said Ntwana.
Another inhabitant said albeit the police were doing everything they can, they were taking on a losing conflict.
"The issue is that we have both blameless and filthy cops. I probably won't have the proof, yet these children get their weapons from these cops. Wrongdoing in our networks won't ever end," added the inhabitant.
Another inhabitant Khanyisile Mzila said underage children had been perpetrating most wrongdoings since they realized they were not going to remain in prison.
"The rats realize very well that our administration will be their ally by saying they are underage. So they will not remain in prison. They kill individuals consistently, yet don't get rebuffed," said Mzila.
She said inhabitants expected to stand up together and battle wrongdoing.
"These are our children, and they are frequently known in our networks. We simply need to get together with their folks and attempt to end wrongdoing since blameless individuals are losing their lives," added Mzila.
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