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Authorities have arrested a 38-year-old suspect in the investigation of the gruesome Delft Sasko double murder captured on the bakery delivery truck’s dashcam in Cape Town.

According to TimesLIVE, the suspect was apprehended on Sunday at Delft Day Hospital, where he was receiving medical treatment after an altercation with locals who accused him of robbery.

Police spokesperson Lt-Col Malcolm Pojie disclosed that the suspect attempted to mislead hospital staff by providing false information. However, the investigative team, acting on a tip-off, identified and arrested him promptly.

Details of the Arrest

Lt-Col Malcolm Pojie stated, “The investigative team visited the hospital, recognized the suspect, and placed him under arrest. He had given a false name and details to the hospital administrators.”

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The suspect faces serious charges, including murder, attempted murder, and aggravated robbery related to the May 16 incident on Symphony Way, Delft. The attack on the bread delivery truck led to the tragic deaths of two employees.

Although initially identified early in the investigation, the suspect managed to evade arrest until this recent breakthrough. The video where he was caught together with his accomplices went viral on social media. This was after they were caught on a dashboard camera of the vehicle they robbed without any masks on.

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Ongoing Search for Accomplices

With the suspect now in custody and awaiting his court appearance scheduled for Wednesday, authorities continue their pursuit of additional suspects involved in this brutal crime. The accomplices in the robbery and murder are still at large.

The community of Delft, deeply affected by the violence and loss, awaits further developments. Law enforcement officials are diligently working to bring justice to the victims and their families.


By Letho