Men found with explosives, police uniforms in court

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FRANCISTOWN: Two men appeared in court on Friday for allegedly being found with explosives, police uniforms and police vehicles number plates.

Tebogo Tsekane (32), and Teko Sechele (34), were found in possession of explosives at Phase 4 location on June 25 in 2010, three police uniforms, two police vehicles number plates, all illegally acquired, according to the charge sheet.

The accused pleaded not guilty to the charges and told the court that they will engage attorneys to represent them in the matter. Prosecutor Carol Mantle said that she does not object to the accused being given bail on condition that they attend court as and when required to do so.

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