Two cops in dock for allegedly stealing money bag while guarding abandoned heist vehicle
The two sergeants were part of SAPS's major offences reaction team.
Two officers are expected to appear in the dock of the Somerset West Magistrate’s Court on Friday after they were arrested for allegedly stealing a money bag while guarding an abandoned heist getaway vehicle in Cape Town.
“Our investigation revealed that one of the money bags was taken by the officers,” he said.
The two officers were also linked to the robbery of a minibus taxi which allegedly transported poached abalone in July, for which three constables, also attached to the major offences reaction team, were arrested last Thursday.
“One of the police members drove the taxi to his residence where the abalone was allegedly offloaded. The driver was dropped off not far from where he was kidnapped and instructed to go back to Hermanus. While walking towards Sir Lowry’s Pass, he discovered his vehicle without the abalone.”Read more: The Citizen News
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