Man caught with stolen items

2016-11-03 06:00
PHOTO: supplied The stolen property, which police found.

PHOTO: supplied The stolen property, which police found.

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POLICE confiscated two flat screen televisions and a decoder from a man at Port Shepstone taxi rank on Friday.

Warrant Officer Johan Zandberg, Warrant Officer Patrick Gosling and Constable Ngcobo from Port Shepstone SAPS were on duty in the CBD when they made the arrest.

“They went to one of the structures and found a 20-year-old suspect with the items, which he had hidden,” said police spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Zandra Wiid.

The man was arrested for possession of suspected stolen property.

On Thursday night, two houses were broken into in Mbango Valley in Kent Road.

“We are investigating the possibility that the suspect was involved in these house breakings. He is facing a charge of possession of suspected stolen property and possible charge of house breaking,” added Wiid.

- Supplied.


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