Duo nabbed for stock theft

KIMBERLEY – The Police in Hanover are investigating a case of stock theft after two males were arrested on 19 July 2020.
It is alleged that members of Hanover SAPS followed up on information about stock theft at a farm.
The members found the suspects with two slaughtered sheep. Further investigations revealed that ten more sheep were slaughtered. The suspects were arrested and are expected to appear before court on 20 July 2020 on charges of stock theft.
The District Commander of Pixley Ka Seme, Brigadier Nomana Adonis applauded the members for their swift response.
Police investigation continues.

Source: South African Police Service