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Trio nabbed for various charges

The City of Cape Town’s Law Enforcement officers arrested three suspects for various charges yesterday. The charges include possession of suspected stolen property, fraud, and reckless and negligent driving. It is said that the officers identified a car with mismatched licence plates and when they tried to stop the car, the driver sped off. The car crashed into a building and the suspects tried to escape, but officers managed to arrest them. The city’s Mayoral Committee Member for Community Safety, JP Smith, says the suspects were detained at the Cape Town Central police station. “ The latest crime stats show that criminals are continuously changing the   motors of oerating   as   the police change their enforcement strategies. The deployment made by the City’s Law Enforcement in the CBD and surrounds paid off with improve patrols in the Boa cop and the surroundings” he added. Done by: Alungile Njemla

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