Railway tracks: Mpumalanga man arrested for stealing nearly R1.4 million  


Railway tracks: Mpumalanga man arrested for stealing nearly R1.4 million

A 40-year-old representative of a notable waste administration and salvaged material organization in Mpumalanga is required to show up under the steady gaze of the Vosman Magistrate Court on Monday.

The suspect is connected to a situation where nearly R1.4 million worth of railroad tracks were taken, the Hawks said.

“On Monday individuals from the Middelburg Serious Organized Crime Investigation along with Afriguarr, Transnent and Durban Harbor Police kept perception on a gathering of suspects at Kromdraai who were stacking stripped railroad tracks onto a truck.

“When drawn nearer, the suspects fled and two were caught on the spot.

“The third suspect fled utilizing the organization’s van, yet he anyway smashed his escape vehicle into a divider before escaping,” the Hawks said.

“Regardless of his endeavors, he was at last captured on Saturday at his home in Vosman after the Hawks perseveringly followed up on data about his whereabouts.”

His two assistants, Thulani Rodrigo Khumalo (33) and Dumisani David Nkosi (38) who were captured on Monday.

Khumalo and Nkosi are in care following their second short appearance in the Vosman Magistrate Court on Friday.

They are normal back in court on Wednesday for a conventional bail application.

In the interim, the third presume will show up in similar court on Monday on charges of harming of basic foundation, robbery, and ownership of taken property.

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