Fugitive cop still on the run with police car

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According to at least three sources, the officer was not paid via the normal payroll channels last month, but was given a R180 000 cash advance from the police service. Photo: Getty Images
According to at least three sources, the officer was not paid via the normal payroll channels last month, but was given a R180 000 cash advance from the police service. Photo: Getty Images

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Two cases are being investigated against the top police officer who fooled the SA Police Service (SAPS) management into believing she was highly qualified, before disappearing with a state-issued vehicle.

City Press can reveal that at least two cases (one being utilisation of a vehicle without the owner’s consent and the other being malicious damage to property) have been opened at the Sunnyside Police Station in Pretoria.

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