Galeshewe school robbed

2016-01-27 06:00
CCTV footage.  Photo: Supplied

CCTV footage. Photo: Supplied

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A SUSPECT’S face was caught on a CCTV camera during a break-in incident that took place between 18 and 19 January at a local school.

Galeshewe police are appealing to the community to assist them in locating two suspects, including the one pictured, aged between 21 and 27 years old.

According to Sgt Majang Skalkie from corporate communications in Galeshewe, it is alleged that the two suspects broke into a school in Galeshewe and stole a laptop, data projector, a pair of shoes, two cups, a kettle and an E-Beam.

“It is alleged that the suspects broke one of the classroom window, to gain entry,” said Skalkie.

Anyone with information regarding the suspects is requested to call WO Tommy Kapanda on 076-429-1309. Information provided will be strictly confidential.

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