Two arrested for stock theft of sheep, Kuruman

South African Police Service

Two arrested for stock theft of sheep, Kuruman
Two arrested for stock theft of sheep, Kuruman

On 16 March 2018 at about midnight police in Kuruman stopped and searched a suspicious looking delivery vehicle in the Kuruman CBD.

In the back of the closed space saver canopy the members found 2 live sheep. The driver and the passenger could not give a satisfactory reason why they were in possession of the livestock, hence they were arrested.

Further investigation led the police to a house in Bankara village, Kuruman where the police found 2 more slaughtered sheep carcases. Two male suspects aged 27 and 33 years were arrested. A red backpack containing 2 knives and round sharpening stone was found behind the bakkie’s seat.

The approximate Value of sheep is R6000.00. The investigation continues.

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SOURCESouth African Police Service