Woman nabbed with new IDs at Cape Town airport

2016-03-18 12:21
The IDs confiscated at Cape Town International Airport on Thursday. (Photo supplied by SA Police Service on Facebook)

The IDs confiscated at Cape Town International Airport on Thursday. (Photo supplied by SA Police Service on Facebook)

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Cape Town - A woman will appear in court on charges of fraud after being nabbed at Cape Town International Airport with more than a dozen new identity documents, Western Cape police said on Friday.

The 34-year-old was arrested when she arrived from Johannesburg on Thursday, police said in a statement.

Her luggage was searched and 15 new South African IDs were found and confiscated.

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