Elzaan Pienaar
1 minute read
28 Mar 2019
10:54 am

SAPS bust Alberton syndicate house

Elzaan Pienaar

Firearms, ammunition, hijacked motor vehicles, and jewellery were discovered in a house linked to robberies across Gauteng.

Brackendowns SAPS and local security companies managed to bust a syndicate house in Alberton on Wednesday, reports Alberton Record.

This came after information regarding a suspicious vehicle, which was spotted driving on its rim, was received.

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CPS Security, Fox Security, Fourth Dimension, D and D Tactical, together with Brackendowns SAPS entered a local estate in order to look for the vehicle. The vehicle was located and the property was searched.

Firearms, ammunition, hijacked motor vehicles, and jewellery were discovered.

Photos supplied by CPS Security.

On further investigation, it was established that the house belonged to a syndicate which was allegedly involved in several robberies across Gauteng.

Alberton Record is waiting for more information from Brackendowns SAPS spokesperson Sergeant Lindi Moloi.

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