JUST IN: Bullet discovered in KZN Premier’s office

The KwaZulu-Natal Office of the Premier (OTP) has called for police to investigate the discovery of a bullet in its Moses Mabhida premises yesterday (Tuesday, 9 October).

Preliminary investigations indicate the bullet was fired from outside the OTP’s Moses Mabhida building last night while the offices were closed and strayed into the premises.

READ HERE: Where do bullets go when shots are fired into the air?

This matter has now been handed over to the SAPS, who have already responded to the scene. A case has been opened relating to the possible unlawful discharge of a firearm.

At this stage the OTP is unable to provide any further details on the incident and will await the outcome of the investigation.

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