Men in court for Trafalgar crimes

2016-12-08 06:01

FOUR men were arrested recently for robberies and house-breakings in Trafalgar in June, July and Octo- ber.

Three appeared in the Ramsgate Court on Monday, the other appeared on Tuesday. The cases were postponed for seven days.

André Janse van Rensburg, chairman for Trafalgar Sector Police said he followed up on information and questioned the first suspect, who admitted to a robbery.

“I took him to the police station where he was formally arrested,” said Janse van Rensburg.

“The forum is working hard to get rid of these criminals who want to hurt innocent people,” he said.

Police spokesperson, Captain Gerald Mfeka confirmed the arrests.

“Margate Detectives have arrested four suspects for house breaking and robberies which occurred in Trafalgar during June, July and October,” he said.

“One of the suspects, a 23-year-old man, was arrested in Trafalgar. The second suspect (33) was arrested on Margate Beach and the third suspect (23) arrested in Marina Beach,” he added.

The arrests were made by Captain Devrak Gopichand and Detective Sergeant Muthal Sesiah-Naidoo of Margate SAPS.

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