More and more township dwellers are now ratting out their neighbours who were involved in this past weeks looting.
It does not always rain but pours for some looters who thought they had hit the jackpot during this week’s looting.
More and more stuff believed to have been looted is being recovered.
It is worth mentioning that some of the looted property is being recovered from plush homes.
It’s clear that these people relied on their bakkies to load the looted items before driving off.
But the long arms of the law always catches up with offenders.
Being found in possession of stolen property is a punishable offence in South Africa and one can spend many years behind bars.
The door to door recovery process is intensifying throughout affected South African townships.
Police Minister Bheki Cele reminded urban dwellers that police would ask for a receipt.
“Everybody will have to be able to show us the receipts for those flat screens, fridges and all of that. This is a call we are making now. Prepare the receipts because if we come there and there are no receipts and the items were looted, we will loot you out of your house,” said Cele.