Police arrest 2 for stolen property worth over R5m at WC storage facilities
This week, the stolen property was found in storage facilities in Stikland and Bellville
Intel to the police led to a haul of stolen goods, which included jewellery that was worth over R5 million.
This week, the stolen property was found in storage facilities in Stikland and Bellville.
#sapsWC The diligence of the detectives attached to the Provincial Organised Crime Unit (Anti-hijacking Unit) led to the recovery of stolen property worth millions in storage facilities in Stikland and Bellville South last night. #TrioCrimes MEhttps://t.co/90iBklH0IA pic.twitter.com/02ELmsHX2E
— SA Police Service (@SAPoliceService) October 20, 2020
Last week, police had gotten information in connection to the hijacking of a truck in Kuils River, which was conveying cigarettes.
This led them to a storage facility in Stikland where they recovered the stolen cigarettes.
Further investigation led the detectives to another storage unit in Bellville south, where they discovered more stolen goods.
The stolen goods included jewellery, cameras, toners, and printers.
However, two suspects have been arrested.
After another search at the home of one of the suspects, 14 stolen cellphones were discovered and seized.
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