Restaurant Owners Held after Stake-Out by Marine Rangers
BYLINE: KAREN BREYTENBACH
TWO south Peninsula restaurateurs and a man who allegedly sold abalone to them will appear in the Simon's Town Magistrate's court today on charges related to the illegal possession of protected marine stocks.
The owners of the restaurant - two Chinese nationals - and a South African man who came into their restaurant with a bag of abalone were arrested on Monday afternoon after a stake-out by marine rangers who monitored the coastline for suspicious activities.
The rangers, from Table Mountain National Park and Marine Coastal Management (MCM), had set up observation posts in the area when the suspect entered the restaurant.…
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Publication information: Article title: Restaurant Owners Held after Stake-Out by Marine Rangers. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Cape Times (South Africa). Publication date: June 17, 2009. Page number: 3. © 2009 Independent News & Media PLC. COPYRIGHT 2009 Gale Group.
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