Zimbabwean man suspected of stealing 20,7 million rand at OR Tambo airport back in court

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A Zimbabwean man, Prince Raphael Dube (40), who is allegedly responsible for cloning the police vehicle that was used to steal 20.7 million rand at OR Tambo airport, yesterday shocked the court when he revealed that he earned R400 000 a month from his exhibition stall business and could afford R30 000 bail.

Dube together with four other suspects appeared at Kempton Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday for bail application. They were being charged with armed robbery. 1 million rand was found at Dube’s girlfriend’s home under a washing machine. The investigating officer, Colonel Mabina Mahlangu said Standard Bank had confirmed that the notes were connected to the heist. When Dube was arrested he was found in possession of a South African Police Service bullet proof vest. Another suspect was added to the OR Tambo heist case during proceedings at the Kempton Park Magistrate‚Äôs Court on Tuesday. The man, who who was arrested on Sunday, was brought into the court room after lunch, and his charge sheet was written up.

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