Five school boys arrested for defacing graves at Oudtshoorn cemetery

A group of five school boys has been arrested by the Oudtshoorn authorities. As it is alleged, the boys defaced graves at a local cemetery.

The pupils were noticed by the cemetery workers: they heard noise and saw the boys vandalizing the grave sites. Then the workers decided to call the local authorities. Two boys managed to escape from the city officials, but the other three were caught at a nearby golf course.

The vandals attend Protea and Bridgton secondary schools.

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