Goods found

2016-03-02 06:00
THE Mangaung police’s Const. Khotso Motlaloe (left) and Const. Philimon Adoons with stolen goods.

THE Mangaung police’s Const. Khotso Motlaloe (left) and Const. Philimon Adoons with stolen goods.

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ON Monday (29/02) members of the Mangaung Crime Prevention Unit arrested two suspects and confiscated a stolen laptop and about ten cell phones, as well as dagga weighing 50 g and four drug pills.

Sgt Ikobeng Hlubi, spokesperson, said the police had been busy with their normal duties when they received a tip-off about stolen property in a house in Namibia Location, Mangaung.

“The neighbours suspected that criminal activities took place in that house and alerted the police,” said Hlubi.

Upon arrival, the police requested to search the house and found the items.

Suspects were arrested and will appear in the Bloemfontein Magistrate’s Court for possession of suspected stolen property, dealing dagga and the possession of drugs.

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