Man held for stolen goods at Durban airport

2012-08-13 21:44

Johannesburg - A man has been arrested after he was found in possession of suspected stolen goods at King Shaka International Airport in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Monday.

Police were conducting a crime intelligence-driven operation on Sunday when they arrested the man at the airport.

He was searched and police found five laptops, 30 cellphones and gold jewellery with an estimated value of R300 000, said Captain Thulani Zwane.

Zwane said the man, 34, could not account for these goods when he was questioned.

He would appear in the Verulam Magistrate's Court soon on a charge of possession of suspected stolen goods

- SAPA
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