Crime prevention operations in the province prove successful
By Ofentse Mokae
31 January 2010
Crime prevention initiatives by Western Cape police continued to intensify its grip on crime through to ensure the safety and security of communities.
Police arrested 22 of the most wanted suspects in the Western Cape for various serious crimes.
These include three armed robberies, one Cash-in-transit heists, six House robberies, nine Business robberies and three Car hijackings.
“We also executed successful crime prevention operations in several Policing Clusters in the Western Cape which started Friday afternoon until early this Saturday morning,” said spokesperson Inspector November Filander.
Filander say uccesses were made in the following Clusters; Beaufort West, Bellville, Caledon, Ceres, Da Gamaskop, George, Khayelitsha, Hermanus, Kuilsriver, Mitchells Plain, Muizenberg, Nyanga, Claremont, Oudtshoorn, Cape Town, Paarl, Stellenbosch, Vredenburg, Vredendal, Wynberg, Worcester, Milnerton, Kraaifontein and Delft.