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TWO SUSPECTS ARRESTED IN KURUMAN FOR SUSPECTED STOLEN GOODS: KIMBERLEY
2021/02/05      |  Written By:  Warrant Officer M Letsapa   |   Province:  Northern Cape

KIMBERLEY - Two men 33 and 43 years were arrested by Kuruman Stock Theft unit for  possession of suspected two carcasses of a sheep and goat on Wednesday, 3 February 2021 at about 18:00.

It is reported that members of Kuruman Rhino Security company noticed a white double cab Toyota bakkie on the R31 road between Kuruman and Danielskuil. Upon their investigation they found two carcasses in the bakkie and contacted the police.

After failing to explain as to where  they got the carcasses, the two suspects were arrested. The value of the carcasses is estimated at  R3800-00.

The two suspects will appear before the Kuruman magistrate Court soon.

Brigadier Francis Hender, the Acting JTG District Commander applauded Kuruman Rhino Security company for their cooperation in assisting the police in fighting crime. He further commended the Kuruman Stock Theft members for their swift response and as a result  of the sound partnership and support from external stakeholders within JTG in a fight against crime , all  communities within the District will feel free and safe. 

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Two carcasses were found in this double cab Toyota bakkie
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Two men 33 and 43 years were arrested by Kuruman Stock Theft unit