- A group of dedicated police officers went out of their way to make sure a wallet made its way back to its rightful owner
- They drove 26 kilometres from Pinelands drove all the way to Mitchell's Plain to deliver Nikka Stemmet's grandad's wallet
- She praised them in a post she uploaded to the #ImStaying group on Facebook
Nikka Stemmet posted a heart-warming story in the #ImStaying group on Facebook. She revealed that her grandfather had lost his wallet while out delivering.
Police officers from Pinelands drove all the way to Mitchell's Plain, a distance of 26,6 km to personally deliver the wallet to a very surprised and grateful Nikka.
She wanted to thank the police and let people know what know that there are some great police out there. She posed with the cops and her nephew who was so excited that the police drove all that way for them.
"I would like to commend these Law Enforcement Officers♀️♂️ For Their services they render to the public/community. The distance was no issue as they came all the way from Pinelands to Mitchell's Plain (26,6km) to return my Grandfather's wallet he lost while delivering. We thank you very much, always remember no good deed is unnoticed .
I got consent to post my nephewas he was super excited about this home visit ."
Facebook users flooded the comments section with praise for the police officers:
"Awesome you will be blessed abundantly for your dedication to the people well done ."
Pheko Desmond Methola:
"May God bless all those officers."
"With Thanks & appreciation Law Enforcement."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported A short clip of South African police officers struggling to free a police van from the tight grips of Sunset Beach sand has been shared online. Twitter user, @sevexity shared the clip with his intrigued followers.
In the clip, officers use shovels as they work hard to clear sand from around the tyres of the police vehicle which are lodged firmly in the beach sand. In the background, right behind the officers, the tide is quickly rising, threatening to wreak havoc on the already trying situation.
In other news, earlier this week the story of how a brave cop had saved an old lady from drowning in a vicious river was shared online and soon went viral. The South African Police service have now released a detailed statement about the heroic event.
“I heard the granny screaming in the bushy area already inside the river asking for help. I couldn’t even see her, but used my amateur swimming skills and made my way through the thorny branches and into the muddy Kgoptjane River.
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