South Africa has indeed become a crime zone. Criminals are all over the country, terrorizing and stealing from people. Nowadays, the majority of people are no longer safe and have confessed that they no longer walk down the street or drive on certain roads freely out of fear of being terrorized and hijacked.
We are indeed living in a horrific country due to the rise in the crime rate at the moment. Even when the police are arresting some of the criminals, it seems like they are not scared of being arrested and continue to terrorize people. Vehicle South Africa has reported that the Mpumalanga police officers, together with the tracking vehicle, have recovered a stolen Toyota Hilux on the N12 after a case with the hijacker. According to the tweet, the hijacker tried to flee with the car after being followed by the police. However, the police immediately gathered together to pursue the suspect.
Unfortunately, the stolen vehicle overturned on the road and the suspect was rescued from the car and arrested. The car was hijacked in mpumalanga and was heading to Gauteng. Only one suspect has been arrested so far, and a case of theft and hijacking has been opened at a nearby police station.
Due to the high number of carjackings currently occurring in the country, the government should increase the number of police officers and traffic officers on the road to avoid the surge in carjackings and protect the lives of South Africans on the road. All criminals caught must be arrested and put into jail for a long time as an example to others not to follow the same road as it has consequences.
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