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    Burglar caught red-handed, TIED to a tree, and BEATEN by the community

    A burglar was caught red-handed, breaking into a house. He was tied upside down to a tree and beaten by the community.

    THE BURGLAR WAS CAUGHT AS HE WAS BREAKING INTO HOUSE

    According to Reaction Unit SA (RUSA) spokesperson Prem Balram, the incident was reported on Sunday.

    “A burglar was tied to a tree and assaulted by the community. This comes after he was caught breaking into a home in Amoutana in KwaZulu-Natal on Sunday morning.”

    Prem Balram

    He furthermore said members of Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA) were called out to the scene at approximately 02:21.

    “On arrival, a man was found tied to a tree and assaulted by the community. He was accused of breaking into a home while the owners were in church.”

    THE BURGLAR WAS HANDED OVER TO SAPS

    The burglar was handed over to the South African Police.

    Meanwhile, also on Sunday, another burglary suspect was apprehended by Reaction Officers at a block of flats on Wick Street in the Verulam CBD.

    “Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA) received a tip-off after the suspect was seen climbing over a barbed-wire fence.

    “Officers have dispatched to the building an arrival, conducted a coordinated search of the upper level. Officers noticed that a window leading to an unoccupied flat was forced open.”

    Prem Balram

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    ANOTHER MAN WAS CAUGHT RED-HANDED BREAKING IN

    Upon further investigation, the trap door was found. Reaction Officers announced themselves when the suspect responded from the ceiling and offered to hand himself over.

    Burglar caught red-handed, TIED to a tree, and BEATEN by the community

    The man lowered himself down from the ceiling and was restrained. The owner of the building was called out and, on arrival, identified the suspect as a former employee.

    According to Balram, the owner opted not to register a criminal case when the man was released.

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