Germiston police officer solves case

The hard work and perseverance of WO Senzo Simelani from the Germiston SAPS was well rewarded when the suspect he nabbed was sentenced to eight years in prison.

Investigating officer, WO Senzo Simelani, from the Germiston SAPS, has been working day and night investigating a series of house break-ins which took place in the Germiston policing area recently.

Simelani received a tip-off that the suspect behind the house break-ins was on his way to Mozambique.

The police officer traced the suspect and apprehended him at the border gate to Mozambique.

The suspect was linked to various house break-in cases through fingerprints taken on the scenes.

The 40-year-old man appeared in the Germiston Magistrate’s Court where he was found guilty of several counts of house break-ins.

With the hard work and determination of Simelani the suspect was sentenced to eight years imprisonment.

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