The Police have launched a massive manhunt for a possible Trio crime syndicate which have evaded arrest when they were cornered by the Police in Jane Furse Policing precinct outside Lebowakgomo on 28 June 2017.
This is a milestone achievement thanks to concerted efforts by the Police to fight these violent crimes head on throughout the Province especially in the areas where house robberies and carjacking’s are prevalent.
After a tip-off from members of the community about a trio crime syndicate which is terrorising members of the community in and around Jane Furse and Burgersfort areas, a special sting intelligence driven operation was then conducted in the Jane Furse area near the new hospital and subsequently, the following items were recovered:
Two stolen motor vehicles which were reported stolen at Sekhukhune and Pretoria.
One 9mm firearm with 22 live rounds of ammunition.
Keys of different motor vehicles, appointment certificate of a Police officer, two RSA ID cards, bank cards of different people, fraudulent vehicle documents, four laptops, a tablet, fraudulent documents for various vehicles, bank card producing machine, bank statements, Police crime investigation dockets and annexures or official documents or contents and the bank card swiping device.
The suspects in this matter are still on the run and there is no arrest but a possibility of a bigger organized crime syndicate in terms of this recovered items may not be ruled out.
A 31 year old McCarthy Curvin Donvan is requested to come to Jane Furse Police Station or the nearest Police Station to assist the Police in their investigations in this matter.
The Acting Provincial Commissioner Major General Jan Scheepers has commanded a Team of Police Officers who were involved in this outstanding achievement on both hands and he encouraged them to double their efforts in the fight against trio crimes without compromise.
Members of the community who were victims of carjacking’s, business robberies, house robberies or any other serious crimes involving these recovered items, may go to Jane Furse Police Station or to call Detective Warrant Officer Maila on this given number for identification of their items.
Anyone with information on the identification and on the whereabouts of this suspects, may contact Detective Warrant Officer Abrahm Maila at 063 753 1294
Or the nearest Police Station or the Crime Stop number 0860010111 or the Crime Line via SMS 32211.
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