Selfless residents patrol area

2018-04-11 06:02
Some of the stolen items and dangerous weapons confiscated by members of Operation Wanya Tsotsi over the Easter weekend.Photo: Supplied

Some of the stolen items and dangerous weapons confiscated by members of Operation Wanya Tsotsi over the Easter weekend.Photo: Supplied

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Operation Wanya Tsotsi (OWT) would like to thank the selfless men and women who commenced patrols during the past Easter weekend.

They patrolled around churches and schools where visitors from all over the country were involved in Easter activities.

A total of 19 house break-in cases, where flat screen TVs and laptops were stolen, were reported to OWT.

According to OWT the high level of drugs influx in Kimberley has been a great concern to OWT lately, as they believe it also contributes to other crime cases.

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