Glynnis Breytenbach docket snatched from a parked car
The Hawks say a detective was parked on the side on the road while making a quick turn at his offices.
PRETORIA - The Hawks have confirmed the docket in the case against Glynnis Breytenbach has been stolen from the investigator's car but insists this will not jeopardise the matter.
The docket was stolen in Sunnyside on Friday.
Breytenbach appeared in court last week where two additional charges of fraud and perjury were added to the indictment, which includes contravening provisions of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) Act.
The Hawks' Robert Netshiunda says the detective was parked on the side on the road in Sunnyside while making a quick turn at his offices.
"A suspect broke into the car of one of the detectives investigating the case and only stole the docket, but by the time it was stolen we had already given a copy to the defence."
He says they've now opened a case of theft at the Sunnyside Police Station.
While Breytenbach says she's unaware of the theft, she says the police are welcome to make copies of the docket, provided they pay for them like she had to.