Mitchells Plain Most Wanted Suspects: Get A Handsome Reward For These Guys


The guys in the picture above are Mitchells Plain most wanted suspects. They are wanted for crimes ranging from hijacking to house robbery, theft and fraud.

BuzzSouthAfrica learnt that the police is willing to hand handsome reward to anyone with information that will aid the arrest, prosecution and conviction of the Mitchells Plain most wanted suspects.

From our gatherings, the images and identikits were crafted based on information received from victims. And, the Lentegeur Police in Mitchells Plain is pleading with South Africans to contact crime fighters if they recognize any of the suspects.

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You can call Constable Van Wyk on 060 919 5347, Constable JJ Paulsen on 082 411 2382 or Sergeant Joseph on 072 853 2808 if you have any information on the Mitchells Plain most wanted suspects.

Commenting, Colonel Herman Seals, Lentegeur Station Commander said:

“Police are further appealing to the broader community to get involved in the reward system. This system allows any adult member of the community to become proactively involved in the prevention of crime.

Crime and criminals can be reported and a reward could be received by the reporter. We will continue to clamp down on perpetrators and we are asking the community to call the serious and violent crimes line 082 411 2382.”

Meanwhile, the Police in Phalaborwa have launched a massive manhunt for a group of community members who went on rampage last night torching trucks and barricading roads.

As alleged, at about 22:00 last night, a group of people started barricading roads along Makhushane cross.

Police reacted immediately they received report about the group. When they arrived the scene, they found that four trucks belonging to different companies have been set on fire and completely consumed.

Police in Phalaborwa

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Adding that seven other trucks were safely escorted out, SAPS said:

“Cases of malicious damage to property and public violence were opened and the situation is still being monitored. The preliminary investigations have revealed that the motive behind this situation is allegedly related to their previous complaints against the local mines.”

As the suspects are still unknown, no arrests have been made and police investigations are still going on.