Cops pour into liquor outlets

2017-08-29 06:00
Some of the alcohol confiscated by police in Tafelsig.

Some of the alcohol confiscated by police in Tafelsig.

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Police arrested three people for illegally selling alcohol on Friday 19 August.

An integrated operation between police and Tafelsig Law Enforcement officers saw several addresses inspected from 18:00 to 02:00.

The officers visited addresses in Bayern Munich Road and Vlaeberg Street.

The three men – aged 34, 53 and 58 – were arrested in separate incidents for dealing in liquor without a licence. They were arrested by police.

A combined total of 232F alcohol was confiscated.

The alcohol seized included beer and wine.

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