Incident: House break-in
The TRF unit together with their standby manager received notification of a break in, at a church in 1st Avenue Johannesburg, they immediately rushed to the crime scene and upon their arrival...they spoke to the pastor and started looking for the suspects. They found three suspects pushing a trolley in Diagonal street and stopped to question them about the goods in the trolley, which were stolen from the scene at the Ministries.
Upon further investigation a second location was discovered in Turffontein, standton street next to Wembley stadium informal settlement were other stolen goods were recovered. Moffitview SAPS was requested and suspects handed over to SAPS. If you have more information regarding the incident, you are urged to come forward as it may lead to the arrest of the rest of the suspects.
It shows that criminals have no respect and they can go even extra miles just to get whatever they want, a lot of South African citizens are shocked by the fact that they even had the guts to steal from a church which is regarded as a House of God.
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