Cele urges Pietermaritzburg’s Plessislaer police to go all out against crime

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Police Minister Bheki Cele (centre) called on Plessislaer station to get tough on criminals, saying it has become a ‘murder capital’ of South Africa along with other crimes.
Police Minister Bheki Cele (centre) called on Plessislaer station to get tough on criminals, saying it has become a ‘murder capital’ of South Africa along with other crimes.

Plessislaer is now one of South Africa’s murder capitals.

This was revealed as the country’s Minister of Police, Bheki Cele, on Wednesday urged Plessislaer police to get tougher on criminals following a spate of murders which has ravaged the community and turned all attention to the Imbali area, the city’s largest township.

Addressing officers at the Plessislaer Police Station on Wednesday, Cele told them that they were dealing with criminals who did not value the lives of women or children and therefore they needed to deal with these criminals decisively.

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