WATCH: Search for looted goods continues in Sebokeng

The army is still out in Gauteng looking for goods stolen during looting last week. Manqoba Mchunu is following the army operations in Sebokeng, south of Johannesburg. Courtesy #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - The army is still out in Gauteng looking for goods stolen during looting last week.

The public has been warned not to accept cash-bearing dye marks, as it that was stolen from ATMs. 

READ: NatJoints tells looters to return stolen goods or risk arrest

Since the violence erupted, a total of 3,407 suspects have been arrested on various charges, and 1,122 people are expected to appear in various courts.

Meanwhile, people buying looted goods are warned that they will be held accountable for having stolen property.

The army is still out in Gauteng looking for goods stolen during looting last week. eNCA's Manqoba Mchunu is following the army operations. Courtesy #DStv403

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