Man caught for taking, selling Durban crisis center's dialysis machine
A man has been blamed for taking a dialysis machine from a Durban clinical center. The man, expected to be a past laborer at the crisis center, was on the run from police. He is depended upon to appear in the Chatsworth Official's Court.
A Durban man has been caught after apparently taking and selling a dialysis machine from a crisis center in Chatsworth, south of the midtown region.
Police agent Captain Nqobile Gwala said the 27-year-older individual, a past laborer at the crisis facility, had presented the burglary around 12 PM on 24 August.
"The suspect had proceeded to a clinical center where he killed a machine without the approval. He starting there pawned the machine for cash related increment," Gwala said.The dialysis machine that was taken from a Durban facility and sold for advantage.
In the wake of being on the run for a month, the man was caught in the Shallcross area in Chatsworth.
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Gwala said further assessments drove police to a property in the Umhlatuzana District locale, where police recovered the dialysis machine which is regarded at more than R20 000.
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