A man hunt for two magnificent SAPS Constables… now that’s a story you don’t hear of enough.

It was a man hunt with which the country got involved, that made you smile, and that culminated in a certificate handover with  KFM, The Cape Argus, SAPS, and Crime Line.

At around 5am on a freezing Saturday morning in the middle of winter, two police offers were handing out food to group of homeless kids in Kenilworth.

They didn’t know that they were being photographed, and that someone would tell Ryan O’Connor about them.

After searching for two months for the names of these officers, we found out that they were from Wynberg SAPS, Constable Eugene Arendse and Constable Sizwe Mjuleni. What was even more amazing was that they had payed for the food out of their own pockets.

To honour their good work, beyond the call of duty, they were presented with a Lead SA Award by Ryan O’Connor and Yusuf Abramjee of Crimeline.

wynberg blueOriginal Source: KFM

 

1 thought on “The Men in Blue Who Made a Difference

  1. Well done guys, we need more like you. Thanks for setting the example. Robert Heneke (liaison officer Fairways Neighborhood Watch)

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