Pretoria home invaders, hijackers, arrested in Atteridgeville

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Pretoria home invaders, hijackers, arrested in Atteridgeville
Pretoria home invaders, hijackers, arrested in Atteridgeville

Tshwane West Trio Task team were commended by Tshwane West Cluster Commander, Major General Thomas Mthombeni for their efforts in the fight against crime after they arrested two suspects for hijacking and house robbery.

The two suspects were traced after information received about the whereabouts of the suspects. Police acted swiftly and arrested the duo around Atteridgeville on Tuesday evening, 9 October 2018.

It is alleged that the suspects hijacked a vehicle in Pretoria West in September 2018, last week they committed house robbery and they were found in possession of stolen motor vehicle that was reported last week stolen in Atteridgeville.

The Trio task team will continue pursuing their quest to disrupt criminal activities and in an effort to get rid of crime within Tshwane West Cluster.

The two suspects aged 27 and 34 years will appear in the Atteridgeville Magistrate Court soon.

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