92 of SA's most wanted criminals nabbed

2012-02-28 09:15
Johannesburg - A newly established police unit has tracked down 92 of the country’s most notorious criminals - wanted for crimes like murder, hijacking and robberies.

The SABC reports that Gauteng's new police tracking team also recovered drugs and arrested suspects believed to be in possession of stolen cars.

Among those arrested, 19 were suspected house robbers and 15 had robbed business premises.

Other suspects were wanted for rape, hijacking, escape from lawful custody and possession of unlicensed firearms and ammunition.

The criminals are due to appear in several courts in Gauteng.
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