Cape Town – Police in the Western Cape captured different suspects at the end of the week for ownership of guns.
Common police representative Sergeant Wesley Twigg said that on Saturday a 32-year-old suspect was captured after he was viewed as possessing a 9mm gun with no chronic number in Lugmag Street in Factreton.
This came after police held joint pause and-search activities inside the Cape Town group.
The suspect is relied upon to show up in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court today.
In a different occurrence, individuals connected to the Ravensmead police were caught up with accompanying IEC authorities when discharges rang out nearby.
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Officials quickly headed to the space where the discharges rang out and saw a known presume running with a gun in his grasp.
"The gun fell and the speculate continued to run. The individuals recuperated a 9mm gun.
"A release of a gun case was opened for examination. The suspect is yet to be captured and the examination proceeds," Twigg said.
On Friday, individuals from the Western Cape Flying Squad captured a 18-year-old suspect after he was viewed as possessing a restricted gun and ammo in Kraaifontein.
Twigg said it was during pause and-search tasks when officials tracked down the suspect possessing a natively constructed zip weapon and ammo.
In another episode, a 27-year-old suspect was captured after he was halted in a dubious vehicle in Cawdor Street in Saxonsea, Atlantis.
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