The South African Police Service (SAPS) have caught yet another thugs who were smuggling cigarettes with vans. According to South African Police Service official website, the two suspects from Limpopo were smuggling cigarettes which are believed to be costing around R667 236.00. It is believed that there were two cars that used to transport those cigarettes.
Top 10 best-selling bakkies in South Africa 4 November South African people have shown a huge interest in bigger cars, this includes SUV and pick up trucks, or bakkies, just like South Africans call it. Every month, the number of bakkies which have been sold is released for every car brand, make, and the numbers which it sold.
Two detainees endure the lethal mishap and were raced to Bonda Mission Hospital where they are supposed to be in a steady condition.Public police representative Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi affirmed the mishaps in a proclamation the previous evening.
Criminals are becoming more brazen and no longer hide their paraphernalia far away from the eyes of the community members and even the police.They have been left to cause trouble in the communities for too long.
Knock TWICE IN ONE DAY!this man is blaming Ramaphosa because he opened alcohol to be sold and the accidents are increasing.Molefe Rakosa says his vehicle was knock by a bakkie with a City of Ekurhuleni logo at the end of the week.
Communities in Limpopo living thier lives in fear over criminals that drives VW Polo TSI which is said to be red in colour.So far these criminals have done quite a number of bad things to both Seshego(Zones) and Kwena Moloto 2 residents.
Police in the West Rand seized copper and aluminium cables that are believed to have been stolen from mines in the area, the officers also recovered appliances and step ladders that are linked to trucks that were reportedly hijacked, they also recovered stolen vehicles, and a petrol trailer that was reported stolen. A 43-year old is in police custody for having in his possession stolen property, police did an operation on the 3rd of December seized property in Randfontein. Police from the West Rand District
A 43 year old man was found in possession of hundreds of thousands worth of suspected stolen property in the Gauteng. A media statement was issued stating that the man was arrested on the 3rd of December 2020 and the property recovered is said to have been stolen from a Randfontein car dealership. Information was made available to the police and they followed it up and found a storeroom that had 100 stepladders which have a value of R100 000. Preliminary investigations revealed that the ladders came from a hijacked
Eleven heavily armed men were apprehended after a long shootout last night, on the 5th of December 2020. The shootout was between the suspects, security companies and law enforcement. The suspects wouldn’t go down easy and they were set on evading the authorities so a long shootout ensued until the suspects were out manned and they surrendered. The police recovered a Ford Ranger which was being sought after, it was either reported stolen or hijacked, a Toyota Hilux, but it is unclear if this vehicle was
11 heavily armed suspects were arrested yesterday night, on the 5th of December after a lengthy police shootout with various security companies, chief among them were the BlueHawk Tactical and SAPS law enforcement officers. The suspects were caught on their way to do criminal activities, the South African Police Services Recovered a Ford Ranger which is sought after for a possible hijacking or theft case. A Toyota Hilux was also recovered from the suspects, it is believed to have been from the proceeds of crime
The Uber driver had worked with different accessories to commandeer and abduct a vehicle parts conveyance driver, utilizing a face cover to blindfold him simultaneously.
Man blames the RSA President for removing the alcohol ban after his car was bumped twice on the road
Molefe Rakosa was driving and minding his business when his blue VW Polo Vivo; was suddenly bumped from behind. He got out to confront the driver only to find the driver drunk. The drunken driver was driving a Nissan NP300 bakkie; with a City of Ekurhuleni logo. While he was busy talking to the drunken driver; another driver bumped his car once more. When he went to confront the second driver; the first driver drove off. Rakosa managed to take the car's registration numbers before he disappeared. He then confiscated