Robbery: Jewellery, coins recovered

2013-05-29 00:00

PORT Shepstone police are looking for the owners of antique jewellery and old coins recovered from a convicted burglar.

Police spokesperson Colonel Jay Naicker said Sakhile Lennox Ntsele was arrested after a spate of burglaries along the South Coast from Scottburgh to Shelly Beach in 2009.

“He was subsequently convicted and imprisoned for his crimes,” said Naicker.

Since then, detectives have been trying to trace the owners of antique jewellery and old coins recovered during their investigation.

Naicker urged anyone who can prove ownership of the coins and jewellery to contact Lieutenant Koos Prinsloo of the Organised Crime Unit at 039 688 2300/19.

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