SA police arrest 4 Zimbabweans attempting to smuggle stolen vehicles through Botswana

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The South African police have arrested four suspects after they attempted to smuggle stolen vehicles and dagga through Botswana. This was part of a joint clean-up operation throughout Limpopo Province, including at the port of entries, to address cross-border crimes. The suspects are expected to appear in court when the investigations are complete.  All four arrested persons are suspected to be Zimbabwean

A report by the South African Police reads:

During the operation at Grobler’s Bridge Port of Entry, four suspects (names being withheld) aged between 26 and 41 years were arrested for possession of suspected stolen cars and possession of dagga,

The following were recovered during the arrest: White Mercedes Sprinter which was en route to Zimbabwe via Botswana; Silver Mercedes-Benz and bags containing dagga.

More: Herald

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