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The three nurses were arrested after they were caught operating an illegal clinic using state medicine. Photo: Supplied
The three nurses were arrested after they were caught operating an illegal clinic using state medicine. Photo: Supplied

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Three nurses from the Free State will face disciplinary action after they were caught in possession of stolen medicines and equipment, while also operating an illegal clinic. 

According to the police, the three nurses, who worked in Harrismith, were arrested on Wednesday last week and they appeared at the Harrismith Magistrates' Court on Thursday. They were released on a warning.

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