The government of South Africa are currently devising different means to tackle the issue of vehicle hijacking which has eaten deep into the fabrics of South Africa as a country.
It's now becoming a norm to hear about people getting their cars stolen even when it is parked at the most secured place.
Just yesterday, a man who went to eat at Ballito Restaurant came out only to realize that his vehicle had already been stolen by an unknown person.
He quickly informed the police and they collaborated with matrix tracker and Marshall security who then traced the car and recovered it from a zimbabwean man 40 minutes after it was stolen.
According to a statement issued by Vehicle Trackers on Twitter:
"A vehicle stolen from outside a Ballito restaurant was successfully recovered within 40 minutes of being taken last Friday night. Marshall Security, SAPS and Matrix tracker searched the vehicle and successfully recovered it abandoned in KwaMashu by a zimbabwean man who was later arrested."
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