A 31-year old Nigerian public passed on in Johannesburg in the wake of gulping medications in an endeavor to conceal proof from the police authorities.
This was uncovered in an assertion on Wednesday by the Independent Police analytical Directorate (Ipid).
"The driver of the Polo was giving the person something that seemed as though tranquilizes," peruses the assertion.
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"The individuals moved toward the Polo and the person close to window fled. The Polo likewise drove off and the police followed the vehicle and halted it.
"Police looked through the vehicle and medications were seen as inside. The driver showed that the medications had a place with his sibling.
"The suspect was captured and put inside the police vehicle to show the police where his sibling was.
"At the point when the sibling saw the police he fled ingested out medications from his front body and gulped them."
Ipis said the man then, at that point, imploded and a rescue vehicle was called just, however that the suspect was announced dead at the scene.
Ipid's Grace Langa said that an after death will be directed at Hillbrow Mortuary.
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