Parliament has been burgled for the second time on Monday, with the intruder making off with a computer and some files.
CAPE TOWN – Parliament has been broken into for the second time in four months.
It's been revealed that an intruder entered the old assembly wing of the institution early on Monday morning.
The burglar reportedly made off with a computer and "certain files".
Parliamentary spokesperson Moloto Mothapo says the criminal was caught on CCTV footage.
“The camera footage has been given to the police for further investigation, and with all the evidence that the police have we are confident that they will swiftly bring this culprit to book.”
A similar incident occurred in April when several laptops were stolen from the marks building on the Parliament precinct.