Two arrested for stolen property in Soshanguve

2017-04-20 21:26
Police arrested two suspects in Soshanguve yesterday for possession of suspected stolen property. (Supplied)

Police arrested two suspects in Soshanguve yesterday for possession of suspected stolen property. (Supplied)

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Pretoria - Two men have been arrested for alleged possession of stolen property in Soshanguve in Pretoria, Gauteng police said on Thursday.

Officers were looking for unregistered businesses on Wednesday when they came across a premises with engines, vehicle parts, and vehicles – three of which were confirmed to be stolen, Brigadier Mathapelo Peters said.

The two men were arrested when they could not account for or prove proof of ownership for any of the vehicles. They will appear in court soon.

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