Men nabbed with stolen VW headlights

2020-02-20 06:01
Police recovered two crates containing alleged stolen VW Polo headlights with an approximate value of more than a million rand. The crates were found in a premises in Market Street, Uitenhage.Photo:SUPPLIED

Police recovered two crates containing alleged stolen VW Polo headlights with an approximate value of more than a million rand. The crates were found in a premises in Market Street, Uitenhage.Photo:SUPPLIED

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FIVE men were nabbed at a warehouse in Market Street, Uitenhage, with suspected stolen Volkswagen Polo headlights valued at more than one million rand.

According to police spokesperson Captain Gerda Swart, members of the Port Elizabeth Flying Squad and Vehicle Crime Investigation Unit received valuable information, which they immediately followed up on and apprehended the five suspects.

“Police members recovered two crates containing alleged stolen VW Polo headlights with an approximate value of more than a million rand,” said Captain Swart.

“The five accused appeared in the Uitenhage Magistrate’s Court on Monday on a charge on possession of suspected stolen property. The outcome was that Bernard Wehmeyer (23) and Raul Damons (27) were released after each had to pay R10 000 bail.

“Steve Klassen (30) and Larry Gouws (32) remain in custody until each paid their R10 000 bail set. Bulelani Ngesi (30) also remains in custody until his next court appearance on Monday. The rest have to appear in court on Friday, March 13,” said Captain Swart.

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