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2 wanted criminals killed in KZN

2012-05-05 17:00

Durban - Two men wanted for various crimes including murder were killed in separate shoot-outs in KwaZulu-Natal, police said on Saturday.

Police spokesperson Colonel Jay Naicker said they had received a tip-off on Friday that one of the men was at Tehuis Mense Hostel in Umlazi.

Sibusiso Smangaliso Mbhele, 27, had allegedly been involved in a murder in the Highflats area and a hijacking in Umlazi.

Mbele fired at flying squad members while attempting to flee, hitting a police constable on his bullet proof vest. Police returned fire and Mbele was killed.

A pistol, with its serial number removed, was recovered at the scene, said Naicker.

Unrelated incident


In another unrelated incident on Friday, police surrounded a house in Hlazakazi Ward, Dundee where Ndukenhle Stambu Ngobese was hiding.

Ngobese was linked to a murder in Dundee in April.

Before police could enter the building, Ngobese allegedly came out firing his gun. Police returned fire, killing him. Police recovered a number of spent 9mm cartridges at the scene and a gun with the serial number removed.

Both incidents have been reported to the Independent Police Investigations Directorate.

Comments
  • Irene - 2012-05-05 17:10

    Great stuff. Cheerio, bye bye, you won't be missed.

      sboniswa.mzimela - 2012-05-05 17:14

      ha ha ha ha @Irene, well said...we are tired of these criminals. Zuma please bring Cele back

      Squeegee - 2012-05-05 17:34

      Am I imagining it or do a high number of suspects get shot in KZN?

      sboniswa.mzimela - 2012-05-05 17:45

      KZN do not play, they kill ba***rds, no wonder crime there is a bit lower compare to Gauteng...and they are doing the right thing!!! when u murder someone u deserve to be killed too!!! shoot them, Cele must be forgiven these criminals are now free and in paradise, bring him back

      Boer - 2012-05-05 20:25

      Love it.

  • Luzuko - 2012-05-05 17:19

    Hit them hard SAPS, take this as a warm up session. There are 15 000 more to be relased from prison soon.

  • Stefaans - 2012-05-05 17:24

    Thank you SAPD this is the only language they understand, Live by the gun die by the gun. That is the way to deal with robbers, rapists, and murderers. Keep up the good work

      George - 2012-05-05 18:35

      You see if you BRING BACK THE DEATH PENALTY NOW and make it retrospective from 1994 our prisons will empty very quickly and our green army will have had some much needed target practice assuming the firing squad. I would, however, prefer to use them for chumming in Gansbaai. Our sharks need to be fed.

  • Lacrimose - 2012-05-05 17:47

    They have no choice. We're already letting 35 000 people out because the prisons are full. No time and no space for a new intake.

  • jaysonpaul.beckwith - 2012-05-05 17:54

    Great news. These thugs got what was coming to them,,,swift justice dealt out by the SAPS with one big fat klap. One up to the SAPS.

  • Zahir - 2012-05-05 18:01

    The KZN cops should be teaching our regions cops how to shoot good work again keep it up

  • Gieljam - 2012-05-05 18:02

    These culprits choose to do crime and now paid the highest prize .I don't think they could have expected anything else as they knew they were wrong Sorry state of affairs we find ourselves in ..

  • Vandross - 2012-05-05 18:11

    Yeeaaaaahhh!!! Shoot those bustards. On Friday one 04 may 2012 one of the libraries of our institution was invaded by criminals. All I saw was some guy going out through the window. If this kind of police men were there it would be minus one oxygen thief

  • louis.langenhoven - 2012-05-05 18:32

    jolly good show SAPS

  • Brett - 2012-05-05 18:35

    2 down many more to go well done SAPS

  • Gee - 2012-05-05 18:36

    these police officers are the best...thanks for ridding our country of this scum...you really made my day!!

  • Thabo - 2012-05-05 19:16

    Give those cops a bells.

  • Msika - 2012-05-05 19:26

    Give those cops a bell's and a double bell's to the shot cop for weating his bullet proof vest.

  • Deepchund - 2012-05-05 20:54

    Well done SAPS. Keep up the good work. Clear the scums from the community.

  • Johan - 2012-05-06 08:14

    Since the new rules about ownership of fire arms it seems that more criminals have weapons than private persons.

  • gailcarolynhayes - 2012-05-06 09:51

    Well done - two less criminals for the cops to hunt down, the justice system to prosecute just for Zuma to let them out again on some ridiculous pretext. Tax money saved as well.

  • Christine - 2012-05-08 15:04

    Yay! This is the best news i have read this week! Well done SAPS!

  • Rob - 2012-05-23 17:52

    Well done boys - no waste of tax payers money, no extended court cases, Justice well served' More of this guys.....

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