Three caught with stolen farm items

2016-09-09 06:00
Photo: supplied The stolen items recovered by SAPS.

Photo: supplied The stolen items recovered by SAPS.

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MATATIELE police found farm tools that were stolen from Matatiele farms recently.
Three suspects, aged between 23 and 30, were arrested for the alleged theft.
Police spokesperson Raphael Motloung said five cases of theft from farms have been under investigation since January.

“Cases of theft were opened by various farmers in Matatiele and through police investigation, the suspects were finally arrested for being in possession of stolen tools and goods.
“One of the suspects works on the farm and allegedly assisted the others to steal the items.”

Stolen tools that were discovered included tool boxes, drills, TVs and farming implements. The suspects will appear in court for bail application. - Supplied.

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