Police have seized drugs worth an estimated street value of R2.1 million at storage facilities in the Southern Suburbs. As reported by SABC, more than 11 thousand mandrax tablets and tik (Crystal Meth) were found in Westlake on Tuesday, May 4.
#sapsWC National Intervention Unit arrested a suspect (33) from Hanover Park yesterday, 04 May 2021.
29 024 Mandrax tablets and 2.435kg Tik were seized. #DrugsOffTheStreets NP https://t.co/kb4AK7fmC2 pic.twitter.com/Kvc6XsbTS1
— SA Police Service 🇿🇦 (@SAPoliceService) May 5, 2021
Police Spokesperson Andre Traut, indicated that further investigations led officers to a second storage unit in Noordhoek where more than 17-thousand mandrax tablets and two kilograms of tik were confiscated. Meanwhile, a 33-year-old suspect from Hanover Park in the Cape Flats has been arrested and is expected to appear in court this week.
A VW Polo was also confiscated. Traut added, crimes associated with gangs and violence are high on the police’s priority list and forces will continue to focus on those responsible for the proliferation of thus.
Picture : Twitter/@SAPoliceService
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