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SANDF busted to Zim attempting to cross this 2 car into Zimbabwean

SANDF done a great job this morning by the recovery of this two luxury vehicles that were hijacked, the two suspects attempted to cross the border illegally but the SANDF members already spotted them.

It was alleged that the vehicle were already reported to the board for them to be on the look out, hence the suspects are Zimbabwean and they intended to cross the border illegally into Zimbabwean with 2 luxurious cars that where hijacked.

One of the suspect who was driving the Toyota hilux GD6 legend 50 jumped off the vehicle flee straight towards the border, but his speed was not enough to out run the National defense force of South Africa.

The other one that was driving the Toyota Fortuner immediately surrender him self to the SANDF, he was apprehended to the SAPS.

One of the spokesperson of the SANDF said I have a problem with this people that think can bypass the national security here and cross South African property unto their country illegal leaving our people in tears. I can imagine a car I bought for Half a million plus to get stolen and never recover it.

Zimbabwean border is alleged to be the busy one in terms of smuggling stolen vehicle and hijacked cars, including illegal substances like cigarettes. The SANDF reported that it does not take a week to make a serious chase of criminals attempting to commit serious crimes in this border.

If we do not make sure that safety and order we are killing our own children, especially if we allow bribes to tKe place this substances taken in to South Africa will cause some one life. We asked our fellow coworkers that take bribes to think about the life of innocent life that will be put into danger when you turn a blind eye.

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