When Port Alfred police answered to a tip-off that stolen items were being sold from a rental in Nemato on Monday evening, in addition they stumbled across loads of baggage containing crystal meth (tik) and cocaine, weighing higher than 90g and 7g, respectively.
An 18-year-feeble man used to be arrested as contributors of the Port Alfred K9 and crime intelligence devices confiscated digital equipment, including a flat-screen TV, laptops, cellphones, a grass cutter and a jewelry field containing antique jewelry.
Police spokesperson Captain Mali Govender acknowledged the items seized were believed to had been stolen in housebreakings and thefts.
“Diverse baggage of tik and cocaine were also seized,” Govender acknowledged.
She acknowledged the individual used to be arrested for the possession of stolen goods and drugs.
He’s anticipated to look in the town’s Justice of the Peace’s court docket later this week.
“Investigators are in truth trying to put the owners of the recovered property.
“Of us are urged to maintain a document of all their serialised items, as this assists investigators in locating the owners,” Govender acknowledged.
BY KATHRYN KIMBERLEY