An overnight break-in at the City of Johannesburg's offices has seen an unknown intruder make off with important documents from the office of the Chief Whip. This is the second break-in at the offices.
An unknown trespasser has made off with crucial documents after a break-in at the City of Johannesburg's offices in the late hours of 12 July.
As of yet, it's not known exactly what documents were stolen or who the thief is.
According to eNCA, the documents were stolen from the office of the City's Chief Whip. The suspect was seen on CCTV leaving the office building with a bag.
Lucky Sindane, the City's spokesperson, confirmed that an investigation into the nature of the documents is ongoing.
There was no sign of forced entry.
"There was no forced entry. We are interviewing everyone to see how the person gained access to the building."
The possibility of an inside job hasn't been ruled out yet and the security guards on duty will be investigated.
Briefly.co.za gathered that this is the second break-in at one of the city's offices.
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