Boston: vehicles stolen

2012-11-14 00:00

TWO Toyota double cabs were stolen from the Boston police station on Monday.

Police spokesperson Colonel Vincent Mdunge said the vehicles were not permitted to be parked at the police station in the first place.

“There was no storage facility that was requested or made available by the police,” Mdunge said.

“In this regard, we have embarked on a comprehensive investigative approach to determine whether the potential suspects may not be the same people who have parked the cars,” he said.

He said the police will look at all possibilities and those who are responsible will be brought to book.

He said if a car has been parked at a police station, it was the onus of the owner and not the police to ensure that it was safe.

Mdunge said the police did not know if the vehicles that were stolen belonged to a private entity or the state.

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