The police have arrested two suspects in Camps Bay on charges of possession with the intent to deal in narcotics.
On Monday [December 21], members of Crime Intelligence requested the assistance of the Western Cape Provincial Integrated Task Team to breach, secure and search a possible drug house at a premises in Brighton Court, Camps Bay.
“The location was monitored over a period of time from where the suspect is allegedly dealing in narcotics. The suspect is linked to a farm in Stellenbosch where he apparently cultivates dagga,” said Captain FC Van Wyk in a statement.
“Information was that the suspect is at the above mentioned address and the members reacted on the information, gained entry and arrested two suspects aged 45 and 50. They found a large amount of drugs in the flat with an estimated street value of R250 000-00.”
The suspects are detained and are due to appear in the Cape Town Magistrates Court on Tuesday [December 22] on charges of possession with the intent to deal in narcotics.