A lady recently bought her car , but sadly she was hijacked with her new vehicle just outside her house. She has been found, but the car is nowhere to be found.
Vehicle theft is a major problem in South Africa. According to 2019 48306 vehicles were stolen in South Africa. This is 132 vehicles a day! The idea behind this system is to create a single source of all cars , trucks and motorcycles that has been stolen in South Africa.
I believe the women was very excited about finally buying a car. There's an innate sense of excitement when it's time to select and buy a new car. She didn't even have the time to enjoy her brand new car beause of thieves.
People were saddened by this , but was relieved when they found out that she is alive.
Followers said that sometimes people should stop posting everything on social media because u don't know whose watching you.
The truth is Audi and polo are hijacked to much recently especially in Gauteng and Mpumalanga , if your driving these cars your already a victim.
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