193 Durban criminals arrested in 2 weeks

2013-07-04 21:37
Greek police have arrested a man on suspicion of stealing the personal data of roughly two thirds of the country's population. (AP)

Greek police have arrested a man on suspicion of stealing the personal data of roughly two thirds of the country's population. (AP)

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Johannesburg - The Durban flying squad and the K9 unit have put 193 wanted criminals behind bars in the past two weeks, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Thursday.

Among those arrested were alleged murderers, car hijackers, house robbers, and armed robbers, police spokesperson Thulani Zwane said.

During the operation 16 unlicensed firearms were confiscated and 33 suspected stolen vehicles recovered.

The firearms would be sent for ballistic tests to establish whether they were used in any crimes.

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