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Help police solve airport theft case

The victim was at King Shaka International airport when he was approached by two men who posed as police officers.

THE Provincial Task Team is making an urgent appeal to the members of the community for information on the whereabouts of two men who police believe could assist  in solving a case of theft that took place on 15 August 2017, at King Shaka International Airport.

According to Lt/Col Thulani Zwane, it is alleged the victim had a substantial amount of cash in his possession while he was at the airport when unknown men posed as police officers and took the complainant’s two suitcases which contained cash, other items and they fled the scene.

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“A case of theft was then registered. The police believe the men in the featured image can be of an assistance in solving the case,” said Zwane.

Anyone with information on their whereabouts is urged to contact the investigating officer, W/O SM Govender on 079 500 0763 or Crime Stop on 086 001 0111.

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