Police looking for suspects

2017-06-21 06:02

The Galeshewe police appeals to the community at large to assist with a case in which vehicles of the ­Kgalalelo Funeral Parlour were set alight on 1 June.

According to the police, by the time they received the complaint (at about 04:00), three vehicles were burning.

Sgt Majang Skalkie explained that the three vehicles had allegedly burned simultaneously, one at the owner’s residential place and two at the office.

No suspect has been arrested and the motive is unknown. A case of malicious damage to property has been registered with the police.

“If any member of the public has information regarding the incident or information that may lead to an arrest, contact the investigating officer, Det.WO Marius Vorster of Galeshewe, on 082-469-0140,” said Skalkie.


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