Western Cape - Police have arrested eight suspects shortly after a business robbery in Kraaifontein. The suspects had pounced on a cell phone shop and stole all the phones that way in their faces, they held the shopkeeper and workers at gunpoint and demanded them to give them all the phones. fortunate enough police were informed on time and rushed on the scene, they then pursued the suspects until they caught them.
Upon searching the suspects they confiscated the two unlicensed firearms that were used in commission of crime, they also managed to recover 278 stolen cell phones. The suspects are set to appear in court once charged, police are always urging members of the public to report criminal activities that happen in their area so that police will be able to arrest the suspects on time.
Members of the public should normalise working with the police in order to help in the immediate apprehension of the suspects, because at the end of the day police are helping us by fighting crime. So we must help them in helping us and making our communities very safe.
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