Police nabbed three suspects for drug dealing, confiscating thousands of Mandrax pille and a kilo of tik.
Table View SAPS’ Station Commander Lindiwe Dyantyi has applauded the team of police officers who arrested the three suspects, two women and a man, on Monday for drug dealing at a Parklands complex.
“The community who gave the information through to the police is also praised and commended for their active role in the arrests.”
Warrant Officer Joseph Swartbooi confirmed the arrests and said the information was received and officers went to search the address provided to them.
“In the quest to rid the streets of Cape Town of drugs, police members confiscated a total of 4000 mandrax tablets and one kilogram of tik.
“The drugs combined is worth over an estimated street value of R120 000.
“The efforts of the members are commended by SAPS management for such a significant seizure,” Swartbooi adds.
He confirmed the three suspects are facing charges of dealing in illegal substances.
“They are also facing a charge under the Refugee Act, for committing a crime, whilst they have refugee status.
“Two women aged 30 and one male aged 40 were arrested and once charged they are expected to appear in the Cape Town Magistrates’ Court,” he added.