Human Rights

Two alleged remote jamming suspects arrested for theft out of motor vehicle

On Wednesday, 25 April 2018 members of PAW security contacted police when they spotted a vehicle that was allegedly involved with theft out of motor vehicle at a petrol station in Kimberley. The SAPS Flying Squad and Kimberley Visible Policing unit reacted swiftly and arrested the two suspects at the premises.

The suspects were allegedly involved in theft out of motor vehicle over the past weekend where a laptop and a substantial amount of cash were stolen. The suspects and the vehicle was allegedly recorded on camera hence the white Mazda 323 was also confiscated as it was allegedly utilised in the commission of a crime.

Police also found some house breaking tools inside the vehicle. It is suspected that the men might be using jamming signals of car alarms before breaking into the vehicles. The two adult male suspects should be appearing in the Kimberley Magistrates’ Court soon. The investigation continues.

Source: South African Police Service