Cops have nabbed six suspects for being in possession of 3.2kg tik in Table View.
Police spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Andrè Traut says the drugs are worth R600 000.
“(On Wednesday) night during crime prevention patrols in Table View, Constables Darion Murphy and Claudia Martin noticed a suspicious vehicle in Raats Drive and decided to instruct the driver to pull over,” he says.
“The six occupants and the vehicle were searched and a packet of tik weighing 3.2kg with an estimated street value of R600 000 was discovered and confiscated.
“The suspects, aged between 25 and 44 years, from Mitchells Plain were arrested and they are due to make a court appearance for dealing in drugs once they have been charged.”