Police hands over South African vehicles recovered in Rwanda

By IGIHE
On 20 September 2017 at 08:23

Rwanda National Police (RNP) has handed three stolen cars to South African Police after recovering them from the borders of Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania and Uganda.

Speaking at the handover at the Police headquarters at Kacyiru, the commissioner of Interpol at RNP, ACP Peter Karake said that vehicles have been recovered because of the good partnership of both countries.

He said that when a person loses his car and reports to police, both countries start monitoring.

“We are handing over three recovered vehicles. When a person reports his stolen vehicle to the Police, the case is registered with Interpol’s communication system and so when the car reaches our border, we immediately hold it,” Karake said.

Capt. Conradie who represented South African Police thanked RNP partnership. “This is a sign of great cooperation between both countries’ police, but most specifically I thank Interpol for the professionalism,” he said.


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