Our country have had its fair share of crime orchestrated by foreigners who are hell bent on destroying our nation and what we stand for as a people.
Mpumulanga is becoming another crime haven of South Africa as many criminal activities are going on almost every day over there.
Just yesterday, about three zimbabwean nationals were arrested by Masoyi police officers who were on patrol around Mpumulanga.
The suspects numbering five was driving with a stolen VW Polo car when they were apprehended at a roadblock near Midway bar. On sighting the police, two of the suspects took off while the other three were arrested.
This was contained in a statement released by Vehicle Trackers on Twitter:
"Three Suspects were arrested Yesterday by The Masoyi Police Officers In Mpumalanga after being caught on a Roadblock near Midway bar with a Stolen VW polo Vehicle! They were 5 inside the car but the other two ran immediately when the car stopped."
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