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Police records for knife-wielding school kids were a dead end, says Golden Arrow

Golden Arrow says that there is no record of the altercation involving knife-wielding school children at the Philippi police station.

This is despite claims that officers at the station escorted a scholar off the bus after he threatened to stab a bus commuter.

We were quite shocked to find that there was no record of the incident. No case had been opened and the detective had no information about the scholar.

Bronwen Dyke-Beyer, Public Relations Manager at Golden Arrow

Golden Arrow Public Relations Manager, Bronwen Dyke-Beyer says the bus service will continue to investigate the matter and use video footage obtained from the day as a lead.

Dyke-Beyer says Golden Arrow will visit the school which it suspects the learners are from and consult with the principal.

Also read: Knife-wielding school kids threatened Golden Arrow commuters, recalls witness


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