Suspected mastermind behind Chief Justice robbery at police station

2017-03-24 14:51


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Johannesburg – The alleged mastermind behind the theft of 15 computers from the Office of the Chief Justice has been taken into police custody, a police spokesperson has confirmed.

Acting Police commissioner spokesperson Athlenda Mathe told News24 that Nkosinathi Msimango reported to the police station on Friday.

She could not yet say whether he had handed himself over to police or if he had been apprehended.

More to follow.

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