DURBAN – Three gunmen hijacked the motorist while on down Ave in Montclair on 11 September 2021 at 19:00. The perpetrators shot the victim on the leg before dropping him off his phone and car, they immediately fled the scene using the victims vehicle and left him behind.
The victim immediately rushed to the Montclair SAPS and opened charges of carjacking and attempted murder. Yesterday, police officers along with the vehicle tracking company followed up intelligence regarding the hijacked car, the team spotted the vehicle on the South Coast in Malangeni.
Three suspects aged between 28 and 31 were immediately arrested for being in possession of a stolen vehicle, police also profiled the suspects to check if they were linked to any other carjacking in and around the area.
They are appearing before the Durban Magistrates Court today, 13 September 2021. Police are always urging members of the public to report each and every incident that happens in their area, including the criminals that live in and around the areas. This will help police to be able to arrest the suspects on time, and it will also reduce crime in our areas.
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