Laptops stolen from Cosatu spokesperson

2012-04-11 17:41
Johannesburg - Three laptops have been stolen from the home of Congress of the SA Trade Unions national spokesperson Patrick Craven, he said on Wednesday.

"What was interesting was that the laptops were the only things taken," Craven said.

"It does seem odd.... You would have thought they'd grab everything they could."

Craven's home in Alberton, east of Johannesburg, was broken into on Tuesday night.

"I was home last night but did not hear anything," he said.

Craven said he hoped police would track down the thieves.

Police could not immediately confirm the theft.

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