Man wanted for stealing R250k in stokvel money

A case of theft under false pretence has been opened at Norwood Police Station for Prince Moyo with permit number: ZEP2216483.

A case of theft under false pretence has been opened at Norwood Police Station for Prince Moyo with permit number: ZEP2216483.

The man disappeared with members’ money, which they had been paying from January to December last year.

A case of theft under false pretence has been opened at Norwood Police Station for a man called Prince Moyo with permit number: ZEP2216483.

According to the police station’s spokesperson, Captain Elliot Tshivhase, the members of a stokvel knew Moyo and were giving him R2,500 per month from January to December last year, reports North Eastern Tribune.

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“The members alleged that when it came December time to share the money, the man was nowhere to be found, which prompted them to open a case at the station.”

Tshivhase stated that according to the investigating officer, the members gave the man the money instead of taking it to the bank, which they felt was convenient for them.

“If you have seen or know Moyo’s whereabouts, we urge you to please contact the station’s Sergeant Sukumani on 011 483 4600 if seen, alternatively you can contact 089 261 9791; 078 704 5268; 071 867 1484.”

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