SAPS arrest illegal liquor traders

2017-03-31 06:02
SAPS officers with the confiscated illegal liquor.Photo: supplied

SAPS officers with the confiscated illegal liquor.Photo: supplied

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TWO illegal liquor stores were closed and cases of beer confiscated in an operation by police in Cedarville on Tuesday.
All cluster stations participated in the operation which was intended to fight the sale of illegal liquor.

During the operation police apprehended two liquor store owners and closed their illegal businesses.

SAPS spokesperson, Captain Raphael Motloung said both store owners were released after paying a R200 fine. - Supplied.


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