Fake law enforcement officers were apprehended on the North of Pretoria, three of the perpetrators were apprehended and one was critically injured after a shootout with the law enforcement officers. The gang is linked to hijackings and house robberies. They were active in the Pretoria area. They had blue lights, firearms, signal jammer and car therefore it was all seized.
People are saying that this thing of law enforcement officers having unmarked vehicles is causing a huge problem as people find it difficult to detect weather they are fake or real. Law enforcement officers should use their original branded vehicles because this is causing confusion and it has to stop before those fake cops cause damage in the society. Those people go around committing crime while acting law enforcement officers which sets a bad record for the cops because people be thinking that cops have become corrupt. These girls want to bring up questions like where do those people get access to firearms and all those other equipment they use. It was said that law enforcement officers to play a role in making those weapons circulate around perpetrators.
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