Four suspects aged between 20 and 34 linked to about 20 cases of housebreaking and theft that occurred at Tweefontein, Soordoring farms in Westenburg, Limpopo have been arrested. The suspects were apprehended on Thursday, 4 May outside Polokwane.

The farming community in Limpopo had been experiencing incidents of breaking in and theft where suspects appeared to have been elusive.


The reports of the alleged suspects who had been engaged in Incidents of breaking within farming communities, in and around Polokwane along N1 to Makhado became a matter of serious concern to the Farming Community.

Suspects terrorising farming community in Limpopo arrested
Stolen property

The team consisting of Crime Intelligence, Tracking unit, Murder and Robbery was established. This was also with a view to investigating these cases and their hard work paid off. This is when the teams subsequently arrested the four suspects.

The following were recovered during the arrest: 4 x amplifiers, 2x laptops, 5 x generators. 3 speakers, 2 x grass cutters, 3 x Angle grinders. 2 x jigsaw, 1 x plasma tv, 1x bank card 1x blanket and also Cables.

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The suspects will soon appear before Polokwane Magistrate Court soon. They are facing charges of Possession of suspected stolen goods, Housebreaking, Theft, Illegal immigrants and amongst other cases.