Monday, September 20, 2021

Brackenfell police seize R2million worth of abalone

Two suspects, aged 26 and 36, were arrested in Brackenfell on Sunday after they were found in possession of nearly R2million’s worth of abalone.

‘’Brackenfell police members were busy with patrols earlier today (Sunday) when they spotted a double cab Ford Ranger, loading boxes onto a truck. The members called for backup and managed to stop the truck near to the corners of Viben and Petersen Roads and inspected the cargo,’’ said Warrant Officer, Joseph Swartbooi.


The men were found with a total of 12 boxes containing dried abalone.


Once charged they are expected to make a court appearance in the Blue Downs Magistrate court on a charge of possession of abalone.

Done By: Danielle Mentoor

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