Limpopo security guard's assets seized

2013-05-10 14:07

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Johannesburg - The Hawks seized the assets of a 30-year-old security guard in Makhado, Limpopo on Friday, spokesperson Paul Ramaloko said.

A house and two luxury cars belonging to Prince Manyuma were seized in the morning.

Ramaloko said Manyuma was allegedly handed 10 cash boxes containing more than R300 000 to deliver to a commercial bank in February last year.

"When he arrived at the bank he signed a delivery note for 10 boxes, but later realised that only eight were listed on the inventory note. He then cancelled the delivery slip and changed the number of cash boxes to eight."

He allegedly took the remaining two boxes for himself, bought two luxury cars, and built a house.

Manyuma was arrested in March last year for theft and released on a warning.

He was expected to appear in the Makhado Magistrate's Court on 10 June for trial.

"While the criminal case is continuing in court, the Asset Forfeiture Unit [AFU] of the Hawks applied to the high court to seize the assets, which are proceeds of crime," Ramaloko said.

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