Thursday, 15 August 2019

Wesselsbron: Wesselsbron Police are looking for the suspects after a Primary School was broken into and valuable items used to help learners, were stolen. No suspects have been arrested yet and the police are following every lead to trace the suspects.

Residents of Wesselsbron are also requested to assist the Police with their investigation.

On the 13 August 2019, the complainant who is also a Principal at Letsibolo Primary School Mr Petrus Koanakoanane, left the school in order. Every window and door were properly closed.

The following day when he arrived at school, he noticed that the staff room doors were forcefully damaged, opened and further noticed that there were items missing. He discovered 6 computers, 2 laptops, 23 tablets, 2 overhead projectors, 1 screen and cash were stolen.

Total amount of the stolen property could be R61 336.00. Wesselsbron Police were informed about the incident.

Upon the arrival of the police at the scene, they noticed that the alarm system was switched off and cameras facing the opposite direction. A case of business burglary was registered for further investigations.

Anyone with positive information to trace these burglary suspects can contact the investigating officer Detective Sergeant Jim Mbulane of Wesselsbron Detective Services at telephone number (057) 899 9704 during office hours.