Westville police dispel detergent scam rumours

WESTVILLE police have confirmed that a warning against Abomama products is false and residents should not be alarmed.
According to a post that went viral earlier this week, three men travelling in a red Golf 2 around the Westville area were seen selling household detergent products. It is suggested that these products contain a substance which causes residents to lose consciousness while the men conduct a demonstration of their products. The men are then said to ransack the home.
This is the Whatsapp post that is doing its rounds.
Capt Elizabeth Squires, communications officer at Westville SAPS said: “I have spoken to our crime intelligence officer regarding the Abomama products and he confirmed this is false.”


Do you want to receive news alerts via WhatsApp? Send us a WhatsApp message (not an sms) with your name and surname (ONLY) to 060 532 5409.

You can also join the conversation on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.


Deshni Ramkissoon-Pillay

find your
dream home

looking for an

List your Property

It's easy in only three
simple steps...

find professional
services in
your area

Locate a business
operating in
your area

List your Business

Want more customers? They're online right now, searching for businesses like yours. Place your ad now...

Latest News


northglennews queensburghnews bereamail getitAutodealer.co.za
Recommended Story x
Armed robbers tie up Westville victims

Thanx for your referral. We have no doubt your friends will love our newsletter as much as you!

Don't forget to verify your email.

to our free NEWSLETTER
SUBSCRIBE to our FREE newsletter.

SELECT your titles:

Berea Mail
Highway Mail
Northglen News

Your details:

Your friends:

I didn't sign up for this
I'd like to see and read more... (Please indicate in comments section below)
I'm relocating (Please indicate where to)