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Saps choir members apprehend suspected cellphone thief

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The suspect approached members of the Northern Cape PolMusca choir, while they were conducting crime prevention duties in the Kuruman Mall in an attempt to sell cellphones to them.

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MEMBERS of the Northern Cape Provincial Saps Choir (PolMusca) arrested a suspect on a charge of suspected stolen goods after the suspect allegedly tried to sell a cellphone to the member.

Police spokesperson, Captain Olebogeng Tawana said the members found two suspected stolen cellphones in the possession of the suspect.

“On Saturday, June 11, 2022 the suspect approached members of the Northern Cape PolMusca choir, while they were conducting crime prevention duties in the Kuruman Mall in an attempt to sell cellphones to them. The suspect unknowingly approached police officials to whom he wanted to sell the cellphones. The members apprehended the suspect, subsequent to failing to produce authentic ownership of the cellphones. The suspect was arrested and he is expected to appear in the Kuruman Magistrate’s Court soon on a charge of possession of suspected stolen goods. The investigation continues,” said Tawana.

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