Twelve arrested at Clairwood chop shop

Twelve arrested at Clairwood chop shop

KwaZulu-Natla police say people who buy or receive stolen goods are only encouraging criminal activity.


SAPS says those found in possession of stolen goods will face the full might of the law.

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The warning comes after police arrested 12 people at a panel beating shop in Clairwood, south of Durban at the weekend.

Officers say they raided the premises on Saturday and seized a stolen vehicle that was allegedly being stripped by the suspects.

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Spokesperson, Thulani Zwane says the vehicle was stolen in Isipingo last month.

The suspects are due in the Umlazi Magistrate's Court today.

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