Thugs steal from children’s center

2018-05-25 06:00

A CASE of burglary is being investigated by the SAPS after property was allegedly stolen from the St Theresa Child Project in Kokstad on May 7.
Items valued at R2 500 such as the air-conditioner, first aid kit, heater, a box with scissors and other school items were stolen during the burglary. The center refused to comment saying that everything is in the hands of police.

SAPS spokesperson Captain Dumisani Ncongo said that everything was in a good condition on May 4, but when staff returned to work after three days, windows were broken.

“We suspect that thugs broke windows to get inside the center and we appeal to anyone with the information to report this to police,” said Ncongo.
Ncongo said that no arrests have been made as yet. — Supplied.

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