Men arrested with school’s property

2018-07-06 06:00
Stationery that was stolen from schoolPHOTO: supplied

Stationery that was stolen from schoolPHOTO: supplied

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LAST Saturday, SAPS from Matatiele conducted an operation in Mehloloaneng Village and arrested two men, aged 36 and 57, for allegedly being found in possession of stolen school items.

School stationery, computers and dishes were reported stolen during a burglary in Mokheseng Junior Secondary last month.

The men appeared in Maluti Magistrate’s Court on Monday and the case was remanded to July 12 for a formal bail application.

SAPS spokesperson Captain Raphael Motloung said the men will remain in custody until the next court date. — Supplied.

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