The cargo stolen from a truck that turned into as soon as hijacked in Belville earlier this week turned into as soon as recovered in Eerste Rivier in the Western Cape, police stated.
Police spokesperson Col André Traut stated the empty truck turned into as soon as found in Firgrove on Monday.
Additional investigation resulted in the restoration of the stolen cargo comprising family appliances valued at an estimated R2,5m at different addresses in Eerste Rivier, Traut stated.
Three suspects had been arrested.
In a separate incident, officers from Khayelitsha police took to the streets on foot to behavior against the law prevention operation in the Location B instruct. Traut stated the officers arrested two suspects after they had been found in possession of unlicensed firearms and ammunition.
This week police additionally seized abalone from a drying facility in Brackenfell in Cape Town.
Provincial police stated 15,837 dried abalone items weighing 376,3kg with an estimated fee of extra than R2,7m had been found on the skill in Willow Creek.
Two suspects traditional between 26 and 36 had been arrested and are expected to appear in the Kuilsrivier Justice of the Peace’s court docket on Thursday.
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BY IAVAN PIJOOS