Not so streetwise thief nabbed after stealing KFC

2016-01-24 20:58
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Durban – Cape Town Law Enforcement officers have apprehended an alleged thief who broke into a car and stole “R100 worth of Kentucky Fried Chicken [KFC]”, an official said.

Spokesperson Wayne Minaar said two officers in the Law Enforcement Transport Enforcement Unit in Mitchell’s Plain noticed a man running after another man on Sunday.

“The man giving chase was the owner of a vehicle that was broken in to." He flagged down the officers told them what had just happened.

“The officers gave chase and apprehended the thief who had stolen R100 worth of KFC and a radio/cd player from the car."

The 38-year-old suspect, who is from Eastridge in Mitchell’s Plain, has been charged for theft out of motor vehicle.

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