Earlier today a gand driving a Polo Cross silver and color spotted a man that was about to drive out of his home to work unfortunately he became an hijacking victim, today 10 August 2022.
The Polo cross was driving by as they spotted a man that was preparing to drive from home to work and the suspect drove back to the same house at gun point they scared of the victim, as this was taking place the neighbors CCTV camera was filming the incident of a gang that came off a Polo cross in the neighborhood of Paddyfield Earsfield Newland, west in Durban city.
The suspect drove away with the victims vehicle and the SAPS had been informed about the incident and the victim confirmed to the police that his vehicle has no tracker, he will pray that it get recovered.
SAPS spokesperson says they footage taken by the neighborhood CCTV camera will be used to investigate under the case that was opened by the victim to recover his vehicle that was hijacked today.
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