According to communications officer of Bayview SAPS, W/O Collin Chetty, the man is believed to be between the ages of 27 and 28.
According to communications officer of the station, W/O Collin Chetty, the house robbery occurred on October 18, at about 3:45pm, in the Havenside area.
The suspects, aged between 24 and 26, will appear in the Chatsworth Magistrate’s Court soon.
The suspect spoke in Isizulu and was carrying a firearm.
Residents are fast becoming soft targets and in recent weeks, houses are being broken into almost daily. Valuables such as jewellery, money and electronic equipment are being stolen and allegedly sold to pawn shops.
Spokesman of Independent Police Investigative Directorate, Moses Dlamini, said it is alleged that on November 3, an awaiting trial inmate was taken into custody without being searched and while in custody, produced his firearm and shot another inmate dead.
Baby X’s grandmother was also charged with several counts of abuse and murder in cahoots with her mother but passed away from natural causes while awaiting trial in Westville Prison.
A case of rape was subsequently opened with the docket thereafter being assigned to the local Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences Unit for further investigation.
Communications officer of Bayview SAPS, W/O Collin Chetty said, “One of the suspects is about 38-years-old, has a big built and is medium in height. He is dark in complexion and likes to smile.”
The suspects, aged between 29 and 55, will appear in the Chatsworth Magistrates Court in due course.
Provincial police spokeswoman, Col Thembeka Mbhele said there are criminals who target older, widowed or divorced women, pretend to be attracted to them to have a relationship.