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Thieves bust for stealing booze worth R9,000 during lockdown in Cape Town

While many South Africans stayed at home over the weekend, thieves stole alcohol worth R9,000 from a locked-up Cape Town bar

2020-04-01 05:22:00 PM

While many South Africans stayed at home at the weekend, thieves stole alcohol worth R9,000 from a locked-up Cape Town bar. 21daylockdownSA Covid19SA

While many South Africans stayed at home over the weekend, thieves stole alcohol worth R9,000 from a locked-up Cape Town bar

“Three suspects disappeared inside the premises, and the steel door was closed from the inside. Two of them then tried to escape by jumping from the top of the door but they were apprehended by CCID officers,” he said.“The third suspect was thought to have remained inside the building. When I arrived on the scene at 6.45pm, I requested assistance from [the police] and informed the business owners of Harrington’s and Bob’s Bar respectively of the incident, so that we could search for the third suspect inside their premises.

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“It was then discovered that alcohol to the value of R9,000 had been stolen from Bob’s Bar. The third suspect was never found. We believe he escaped over the rooftops and jumped down into Canterbury Street. The other suspects were arrested, and cases of theft opened against them.”

Two other suspects were arrested for being in the possessed of implements used to break into cars.“We will not tolerate criminal activity in the CBD during the lockdown while our nation is trying to combat the coronavirus crisis,” said Hendricks.“Criminals need to know that they will be caught and brought to book: we have 300 public safety officers working shifts 24/7, and they have been briefed and know what to look out for.”

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