Breakthrough in house burglaries

2015-04-30 13:56

FOLLOWING up on a spate of housebreakings in Greytown over the first few weeks, three suspects have been arrested and charged in the Greytown Magistrate’s Court.

These arrests were made by the trio crime team of the Greytown detectives. The group is a task team selected to investigate serious crimes in the area and are given a specific time to investigate.

On 8 April, 21 suspects were arrested however, charges have only being laid against three. A further three have turned state witnesses.

The team, led by Warrant Officer Mbambo recovered the following:

2 Sony Plama LCD television

2 Hisense fridges

2 bags of clothing

1 Tablet

One safe

1 pair of shoes

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