Bishop Lavis suspects arrested after four vehicles discovered
By Tina George
18 June 2008
On Wednesday police arrested two male suspects after four vehicles believed to have been stolen were recovered in Friesland Street, Montana.
Two males aged 30 and 31 years old were arrested on the premises.
According to police the action followed after a tip-off in the area, led to the busts at two houses.
“At the first house two vehicles, a white VW Golf and a white VW Jetta of which the engine and chessy numbers had been tampered with were recovered,” says police spokesperson November Filander.
“At the second house a maroon Pajero Mitsubishi, with a false number plate and a white VW Golf of which also the engine and chessy numbers had been tampered with were recovered, “says Filander.
The two suspects are expected to appear in the Bishop Lavis Magistrate's court on Thursday for possession of suspected stolen vehicles.