R1.4m Mandrax recovered after high-speed chase in Cape Town

2016-10-18 19:07
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Cape Town – An alleged drug dealer was found with 31 000 Mandrax tablets in Kraaifontein, Western Cape police said on Tuesday.

Officers were following up on information when they spotted a grey BMW in Scottsville, Constable Noloyiso Rwexana said.

The driver saw the police and sped off. A high-speed chase ensued and the officers managed to stop the vehicle.

They confiscated tablets with an estimated street value of R1.4m.

The 26-year-old man would appear in Kuils River Magistrate’s Court soon on a charge of dealing in drugs.

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