CAPE TOWN – A police operation in Goodwood has led to the discovery of drugs worth an estimated R2.5 million.Police arrested two people on Thursday. They’ve been charged with dealing in drugs.The police’s Noloyiso Rwexana said: “At least 187 rounds of ammunition, an assortment of drugs and a substantial stack of cash was confiscated. The drugs are estimated to be worth R2.5 million.”Acting Western Cape provincial commissioner Lieutenant-general Sindile Mfazi has praised the units involved.“This is a step in the right direction in our efforts to deal with serious crimes.”#sapsWC In a quest to address the generators of serious and violent crimes affecting communities, various #SAPS Units embarked on joint intell driven ops resulting in the seizure of drugs, ammo & cash at a business in Goodwood #DrugsOffTheStreets ME https://t.co/V15JrwLDnQ pic.twitter.com/YOGybrfp2z— SA Police Service (@SAPoliceService) August 22, 2019The suspects, aged 27 and 35, are due to appear in court soon.
Goodwood crime bust nets drugs worth R2.5m, cash stash
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