Another form of crime is on the rise in the country as many motorists have reported that their headlights have been stolen.
Crime in the country is something which is escalating in a very fast pace as criminals stay up late at night thinking about what next to do.
It seems their new plan is stealing of VW Polo headlights. This is done even during the day.
A video circulating online shows how this actually began earlier this year. The video shows a parked red VW Polo which is in a parking bay. A man fast approaches the vehicle and steals the headlights in a very fast way. The lights are literally gone in seconds.
Another user suggested that this form of crime is still in Gauteng.
This issue was raised again yesterday after a user posted that he had been having a good day until he found that his headlights had been stollen.
Many more users replied to the post with their own experiences of how their headlights had been stollen while parking.
People must remain vigilant at all times.
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