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Kaizer Chiefs legend in police custody after raid on drug lab

2018-11-21 13:00

Cape Town - A former Kaizer Chiefs striker and legend has been taken in for questioning on Wednesday, after police raided a drug lab on a property owned by the former player.

According to a SowetanLIVE report, the player was taken in for questioning by police after a drug lab producing Mandrax was discovered in Randfontein, Johannesburg.

The report says police spokesperson Lieutenant Lungelo Dlamini confirmed that the former player had been taken into custody after a police crime intelligence investigation led to the raid.

The player's identity has been withheld due to an ongoing investigation.

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