Police hunt for suspect who broke into a City building

2017-01-18 10:47
Police are looking for this man who allegedly broke into a City building and stole laptops.

Police are looking for this man who allegedly broke into a City building and stole laptops. (SAPS)

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Cape Town Central police have today released a picture of the man accused of breaking into a City of Cape Town building in October last year.

Police spokesperson Captain Ezra October says on 5 October at 18:19 the suspect broke into the building on Heerengracht Street through the parking lot. The building is owned by the City.

The suspect allegedly forced the magnetic doors open and stole three laptops.

October says police are appealing for help in locating the suspect and have offered a reward for information that leads to the arrest of the suspect.

If you recognize this man call Detective Constable Dustin Ishwarkumar on 084 657 4291.

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