Drugs worth R19k and four firearms recovered during search, Delft

South African Police Service

Drugs worth R19k and four firearms recovered during search, Delft
Drugs worth R19k and four firearms recovered during search, Delft

On Wednesday, 25 July 2018, police intercepted criminals’ plans to sell drugs and use illegal firearms when they followed up on information they received about drugs and guns being kept at a residence in Delft.

Police were executing search warrants at various addresses in the area. The first address for which a search warrant had been issued was at Vuurleville Street, Rosendal, Delft, where police found three pistols, 140 live rounds of ammunition and seven magazines in a VW Golf motor vehicle that was parked at the back of the house.

A minibus taxi that was parked next to the VW Golf was also searched and police confiscated 170 mandrax tablets, 30 Ecstasy tablets and powder, 28 Tik sachets, dagga in a small plastic bag and a .38 Special revolver 8 pinning barrel.

The estimated street value of the drugs is R19 000.

A search was conducted at the house opposite this house and police found two diving suits with a pair of diving shoes and an undisclosed amount of cash.

No one was arrested at these two premises, and the investigation continues.

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SOURCESouth African Police Service