Two policemen from the Western Cape province were arrested for stealing a state vehicle and slipping license plates.
According to provincial police of the state of Western Cape Andrew Traut, around 22:30 on Thursday, Bellville police officers noticed two vehicles, VW Caddy and police officer Opel Corsa, who appeared to be "suspicious" for them.
The officers followed two vehicles until they stopped at the house on De Grendel Avenue in Parow North.
When the residents of the two vehicles realized that the police were following them, they left the area and were persecuted until they were eventually captured.
"VW Caddy, the official car of SAPS, was run by police constables, and it had two civilian passengers." Opel Corsa, also the official SAPS car, was driven by a civilian, and his passenger was a policeman, "said Trout. .
He added that the vehicles were equipped with cloned license plates, and they were found to have been taken from the police without permission.
In general, the police arrested some suspects aged 30 to 35 years. At their disposal were also found equipment for the burglary of the house – the compromise of scum, cable ties and gloves, – said Trout.
According to Netwerk24, one of the officers was at the Harare Police Station in Heilith, and the other was an officer in the metro departments in Athlone. Two other suspects are twins.
One of them is also affiliated with the MORT. The vessels concerned are MORT.
It is alleged that suspects were on the way to rob a businessman in his Paro-North home.
Suicide suspects are expected to appear at the Bellevue Magistrate's court on Monday when they were accused of stealing motor vehicles, owning devices for breaking the house and cloned license plates.
Trout said that the involvement of suspects in other cases of house robbery is also being investigated, as one of the vehicles saw how he escaped from robbing the house at Durbanville earlier in June.
"The Western Cape Police will not allow corrupt members to tarnish our reputation and cancel the good work of thousands of loyal and loyal police officers in the province," he added.