Gauteng South African Police Services apprehend 4 suspects connected to a number of robberies on Courier Vehicles . The suspects were discovered with two illegal firearms and a signal jammer.
Police have been working hard trying to apprehend courier van robbers in the Gauteng province. Intelligence was obtained about the suspects that they were planning to do a robbery in Fourways, Johannesburg.
Intel included the details that the suspects to be looked out for were travelling in a white Toyota Prado.
SAPS’s Gauteng Specific Crime Unit, along with Johannesburg Crime Intelligence, Johannesburg K-9 Unit, Sandton Trio Crime Tracing Unit as well as CAP Security, and Fidelity Security did an intelligence driven op which led to the arrest of the suspects.
Earlier today the joint operation team spotted a white Toyota Prado with four occupants, they then moved in on the vehicle, upon searching the vehicle, police discovered 2 unlicensed pistol and a signal jammer.
Further investigations showed that the vehicle was hijacked in Eldorado Park and it is linked to other crimes that were done on courier vehicles. The suspects were taken into police custody and are expected to appear before a court soon.
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