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Man arrested at CT airport with stolen goods

2012-07-09 17:32

Johannesburg - A man was arrested when he was found in possession of stolen goods at Cape Town International Airport on Monday morning, Western Cape police said.

Warrant Officer November Filander said the 38-year-old man was en route to Angola when he was stopped by the police at the airport.

In his luggage were laptops, computers, video cameras, speakers, digital cameras, iPads, cellphones, an amplifier and a DVD player, all worth about R500 000.

Residents whose houses had been broken into in and around Cape Town were urged to come forward and identify their goods.

Comments
  • rob.baggaley - 2012-07-09 19:22

    Another brother from africa who almost had a great time in south africa.

  • harold.parsons.37 - 2012-07-10 08:50

    I am sick and tired of hearing what nice these people from central Africa are. These people that come to South Africa see us as easy pickings. That is why the rest of the world does not want them in their countries because they overstay their welcome and abuse the hospitality of people. This is a common problem.

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