Police have cautioned against an inclination by individuals from general society to get cash dissipated at money in-travel (CIT) wrongdoing scenes.
Col Athlenda Mathe said recordings posted via web-based networking media stages regularly indicated cash dissipated at CIT heist scenes being plundered.
“We are speaking to network individuals to forgo such guiltiness.
“We have noted such demonstrations of culpability happening at the most recent CIT heist that occurred in Dobsonville on Monday morning and another CIT that occurred fourteen days prior in Kagiso. In the two occurrences, many network individuals got to the wrongdoing scenes and plundered dissipated cash that was seen as lying on the ground, with some still in the money van,” Mathe said.
CIT heist scenes can frequently be risky especially when explosives are utilized in such burglaries.
“It is thus that we caution individuals from the network that in certain occasions, it is conceivable that not all explosives were exploded when the burglary was submitted. This along these lines represents a hazard for the detonator to detonate in their quality, consequently representing a hazard for the death toll.
“At the point when a burglary is perpetrated, the region currently turns into a wrongdoing scene and those plundering at such wrongdoing scenes frequently taint the scene which will comprise a wrongdoing of robbery just as vanquishing the closures of equity. We subsequently approach every one of our networks to cease from entering wrongdoing scenes but instead to help crafted by the police by helping individuals when a wrongdoing is carried out rather than being a piece of the wrongdoing itself,” Mathe included.