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Members of the police and other law enforcement agencies confiscate a fridge and other items that were stolen during the looting spree in Alexandra last week. Photo: Tebogo Letsie
Members of the police and other law enforcement agencies confiscate a fridge and other items that were stolen during the looting spree in Alexandra last week. Photo: Tebogo Letsie

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Police have been accused of confiscating items that were legally bought, during their raids to recover looted goods in Sebokeng, writes Mduduzi Nonyane.

A retrenched construction worker is today without his two chainsaws that he used to do odd jobs in the community he lives in.

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