Two men taken in for questioning after break-in at SA Rugby office, say police

Police claim that two men were detained for questioning following a break-in at the SA Rugby office.

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Police in Cape Town claim that two Gauteng men have been detained for questioning following the break-in at the SA Rugby offices.

The South African Rugy Union ( SARU) and an auditing firm were housed in an office complex where 68 laptops, Rugby gear, and high-end alcohol were stolen on Tuesday. Cape Town police responded to the call-out in Panorama.

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Detectives are progressing, according to detective Novela Potelwa of the police, and there will soon be arrests.

Once charged, the suspects will appear in court in Cape Town, according to Potelwa.

” Serious crime violent detectives from the Western Cape have been questioning the pair as part of their investigation since the break-in.” According to Potelwa, the detectives have been working diligently to ensure that the perpetrators are apprehended.

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