Another car theft charge for South African, Mozambican suspects

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FRANCISTOWN: The state has said that it would add another car theft charge against two South Africans and a Mozambican who are believed to be part of a ring that specialises in cross-border car theft and sale.

In the first count, the state alleges that the South Africans, Andrew William Ferreira, a manager at Chondors Motors in South Africa and Itumeleng Jethroy Mmelesi, who is self-employed, and a Mozambican, Antonio Focheiro, a mechanic at Chondors Motors, were found in possession of a suspected stolen white Isuzu truck estimated to be worth P300,000. 

When appearing for status and bail application hearing on Tuesday, state prosecutor Bedu Mambo told the court that they have received information from South African police about the alleged stolen truck. 

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