Police arrests five illegal immigrants in Modjadjiskloof policing area

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Five illegal immigrants were arrested in Modjadjiskloof policing area

28 JULY 2023

MODJADJISKLOOF: The South African Police Service in Modjadjiskloof together with Home affairs held an operation focused on illegal immigration within the Modjadjiskloof policing prencint.

This follows after five (05) illegal immigrants were arrested and detained awaiting further investigation. The acting station commander captain Baloyi has welcomed the good working relationship between the home affairs and other stakeholders joining hands together to fight crime.

The issue of illegal influx in the area is a concern also by the community and Saps is joining hands together to make more arrests in addressing the crime. More operations are to be executed in relation with preventing burglary.

Talking to Perfect Radio News this evening, The Modjadjiskloof SAPS spokesperson Contable mabulane says the police are concerned about the rising numbers of Rape cases around Sekgopo which happened mostly over the weekends from shebeens and targeting women walking alone.

” As we are to enter the women’s month, women are urged to not stay in abusive relationships by report crime. Men should stand together in fighting against the abuse of women. We ask communities to work hand in hand with the police by being the ear to our fellow women and inform police of any crime affecting women as we know some women may be afraid to come forth. Our mission is to achieve a crime free society that does not abuse women. Men should also speak out to alliviate anger that lead them to murder and inflict injuries to our women. As men and women in blue in the Modjadjiskloof Saps , we are ready to respond to any call from community.” Says Contable Mabulane

On the same day at about 14H00

The operation was later extended to Rural safety in patrolling all areas covered by Saps Modjadjiskloof, our aim is to clean the street by removing all criminals. Saps has a way of reading the informers who give information to the police about crimes such as illegal forearms, wanted suspects, drugs related and robberies by paying out money to the registered informers working with the police who will remain uninonumous.

Those who want to become police informers can contact Mabulane on 079 8276034 or send a whatsap text.