Eastern Cape police seek army’s help in stopping livestock theft

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Stock theft, which results in huge financial losses to those who fall victim to it, is least reported on, despite many people being left to deal with much trauma after the incidents. Picture: iStock
Stock theft, which results in huge financial losses to those who fall victim to it, is least reported on, despite many people being left to deal with much trauma after the incidents. Picture: iStock

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Eastern Cape police are looking at ways to involve the army in the fight against stock theft in the province.

According to national crime statistics released by Police Minister Bheki Cele two weeks ago, Sulenkama Police Station in Qumbu has the highest number of cases of livestock theft reported in the entire country.

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