According to SAPS Newsroom, On the morning of 14 october 2020, at 10:00, a driver was looted of his vehicle while at Eden Park in Pietermaritzburg by two outfitted men. The suspects took the vehicle and drove on the N3 road towards Pinetown. Police were promptly cautioned and a pursuit followed. Cops from the Hilton Flying Squad followed the vehicle towards Pinetown. Shots were discharged and the suspect's taken vehicle crashed into three vehicles on the Old Main Road and Glenugie Road.
Two suspects were found inside the vehicle and were set apprehended. One of the presumes continued a gunfire twisted on the correct leg. The complainant's vehicle just as different possessions were found inside the vehicle. A gas weapon was found from the captured suspects. The harmed suspect was taken to clinic where he is under police monitor. They are required to show up in court before long dealing with indictments of ownership of taken property and carjacking.
The KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant General Khombinkosi Jula hailed the cops and all engaged with the worry of the carjackers.
RETRIEVED FROM: SAPS NEWSROOM
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