Five arrested for damaging Clicks store during protest

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Following an examination concerning the instance of vindictive harm to property at a Clicks store, five suspects have been captured by the police.

On Monday morning, a gathering of individuals assaulted a Clicks store at the Lemon Tree strip mall in Alberton.

As indicated by police representative, Brigadier Mathapelo Peters said the store’s workers allegedly bolted themselves inside the store after they were cautioned that a gathering of individuals clad in EFF formal attire had focused on this specific store to dissent in.

“On appearance of the last gathering at the store and finding the entryways bolted, the suspects purportedly crushed and separated the windows and the entryway, driving passage into the store where they brought on additional harm including a fire that was quickly contained.”

“The specific reason for the fire is yet to be affirmed.”

“Alberton police promptly enacted and worked together with the Ekurhuleni District trio task group and quickly captured five presumes whose ages run from 21 to 40.

“Their court appearance is yet to be resolved,” Peters said.

Dwindles included that a Clicks store in Bryanston was additionally harmed on Monday.

Another gathering of individuals supposedly scoured the Clicks store and kicked down racks and crushed property.

He demonstrated that the police are examining the assault.

“No wounds were accounted for in the two occurrences.

“Police in Gauteng stay on high ready and will keep on checking to guarantee dependability,” said Peters.

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