The Suburban Control Centre has confirmed the arrest of one suspect out of several other suspects who broke into a business center and stole items worth over R500 000. The arrest of the suspect was carried out this morning in Newlands when law enforcement personal were patrolling.
Confirming the report, Suburban Control Centre posted his arrest saying, “One suspect arrested was arrested this morning after the suspect broke into a business on Main Rd, Newlands. Items worth more than R500 000.00 were taken by the suspect's accomplices in a White Toyota Corolla, White Toyota Hilux, and a White Toyota Quantum, registrations were not noted/obtained.”
See the items recovered
The arrest of this suspect means the South African security personnel are carrying out the job that they are assigned to. Several arrests have been made similar to this incident due to the hard work of the police.
This case should be properly followed up, the suspect must reveal we're about of the other suspects that escaped. He must be forced to speak out about how they had access to the business and how they planned everything.
Source: Suburban Control Center
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