Former state pathologist gets 10 year sentence for stealing body parts
"Their arrest spirals from an intelligence driven operation which prompted police to follow up on an information regarding a red sedan which was on its way to Elukwatini with two occupants conveying human body parts," Hlathi said.
He added: "The suspects' vehicle was intercepted at the Lochiel-Nhlazatshe intersection where police thoroughly searched it and discovered a leg, placenta and a knee which was separately collected from a certain house."
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Hlathi said the police's discovery sparked investigation and police are following the "trail of events" to find out where the body is from.
The two suspects were remanded pending a bail application on 15 July.