3 CABLE THIEVES BUSTED
Yesterday afternoon around 15:30, while out on patrol, an armed response units noticed suspicious movement at the substation in Oatlands, near the railway line. Shortly after that, an alert resident reported seeing a cable theft in progress in one of the local WhatsApp groups. The control room radioed for backup which arrived within record time.
The three culprits had no time to even plot an escape and were busted red handed, on site. All of the stolen cables were found in their possession, they were arrested and taken to the police station for booking. Tulisa always urging members of the public with any information regarding criminals to come forward, as it may lead to the arrest of the culprits.
Security companies are very useful and they have been helping a lot in eliminating crime in areas, that is why it's very important to have security companies all over because as much as we have police stations in areas police are not always quick to respond.
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