The streets of Cape Town are a bit safer and free of drugs after a major drug bust by police saw three suspects arrested on June 7.
According to Arrive Alive, in an attempt to clean the streets of drugs, police officers were tipped off regarding drug dealing at a complex in the suburb of Parklands. After carefully approaching the residence, the officers confiscated a total of 4000 mandrax tablets and one kilogram of Methamphetamine (Tik) that was worth an estimated street value of R120 000.
Two women aged 30 and one male aged 40 were arrested and are expected to be charged. The three suspects will appear in the Cape Town magistrates court.
— Arrive Alive (@_ArriveAlive) June 8, 2021
In a similar story, Metro Police arrested a man in Parklands earlier this year after drugs of more than R1 Million were found in his Parklands residence, as per IOL.