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Felons unwittingly dial police after PP heist

Felons unwittingly dial police after PP heist

Capital police got a bargain on Monday when they banged up four crooks for the price of two after a poorly timed phone call from an accomplice.

Having arrested two snatchers for grabbing a bag from a woman on a moto, police took them down to the station, where their interrogation was interrupted by an accomplice phoning to request they reconvene at a nearby petrol station.

After surprising the two other accomplices at the petrol station, police arranged an alternative rendezvous venue: a jail cell.



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