15 arrested during Cape Peninsula busts
Cape Peninsula police on Friday said they would continue to crack down on crime.
CAPE TOWN - Cape Peninsula police on Friday said they would continue to crack down on crime.
At least 15 people were arrested during metro police operations in the past three days.
Metro police deputy chief Yolanda Faro said the police service wants to encourage people to obey the law.
She said most suspects were taken into custody for drug-related offences and outstanding warrants for illegal hawking and house-breaking.
Suspects were aged between 21 and 29, she added.