Cutlery stolen from murdered Van Riebeeck Park doctor’s home

THE suspect arrested for allegedly breaking into the home of murdered Dr Pieter van Eeden. Photograph: Norkem Park SAPS

A man who allegedly broke into the home of murdered Dr Pieter van Eeden, was arrested on Thursday last week.

Capt Lesibana Molokomme, spokesperson for Norkem Park SAPS, said sector vehicle members members responded to a complaint of a housebreak-in in progress on Pretorius Street at 11am.

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THE good taken from Dr Pieter van Eeden’s home in Van Riebeeck Park. Photograph: Norkem Park SAPS

When they arrived, they found the 32-year-old man in possession of tea cups, plates, bowls, curtains and towels allegedly taken from the house.

On the same day at 1.30pm on Martin Prinsloo Street in Norkem Park, CPF members arrested two men in possession of stolen copper cables worth about R2 500.

All three suspects had been charged with possession of suspected stolen goods.

THESE two men were found in possession of copper cables. Photograph: Norkem Park SAPS

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