Gauteng police arrest suspects found in possession of unlicensed firearms and reportedly hijacked vehicle Police in Sedibeng, Gauteng are leaving no stone unturned in asserting the authority of the State in the province.
This is proven by the arrest of four suspects and recovery of two unlicensed firearms, ammunition, a hijacked
vehicle and dagga.
On Monday, 17 January 2022, police arrested two suspects on the Golden Highway in Sebokeng after they were found in possession of a hijacked vehicle, unlicensed firearms and ammunition.
The arrests emanated after SAPS members were out on a routine patrol and noticed a suspicious-looking vehicle with three occupants; a search was conducted.
Two suspects were apprehended after they were found in possession of unlicensed firearms while the third suspect evaded arrest when he fled the scene on foot.
Further investigation led the police to the recovery of a vehicle linked to a hijacking case reported earlier this month at SAPS Vanderbijlpark.
In another take-down, on Sunday, 16 January 2022, police arrested two suspects for dealing in dagga.
Police operationalized information about
two suspects dealing in dagga and proceeded to the identified addresses in Orange Farms.
Upon searching the premises, members of Sedibeng K9 seized packets of dagga.
The suspects were subsequently arrested for dealing in dagga.