Uproar from KZN residents over seizure of ‘unlooted’ goods

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Greytown police and SANDF members with the recovered goods that were looted during the unrest. PHOTO: ANDILE SITHOLE
Greytown police and SANDF members with the recovered goods that were looted during the unrest. PHOTO: ANDILE SITHOLE

As police continue their recovery of looted goods across the province, some KZN residents have cried foul.

Speaking to the Weekend Witness on condition of anonymity they claimed that some of their legally acquired possessions, that was bought prior to the looting, were seized during the police operations.

A 35-year-old woman from Greytown said the police and the SANDF seized alcohol that she had bought before the country moved to alert level 4.

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