Uniquely made jewellery stolen

2017-07-20 06:00
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PORT Shepstone SAPS are investigating a case of house breaking which was reported earlier this month.

The crime took place at a residence in Nelson Mandela Drive in Port Shepstone where several items were stolen, including clothes and uniquely made jewellery.

SAPS spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Zandra Wiid said the items are of sentimental value and the public is asked to report any information regarding the case to Detective Constable Rouen Govender of Detective Service on 039 688 1090 or 076 465 5552.

Wiid further advised the public to reject and report stolen goods. “It is a criminal offence to buy or be in possession of stolen property. Not only are you creating a demand for stolen goods, but stand the risk of having a criminal record,” said Wiid. – Supplied.

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