TAXI TSOTSIS TARGET PASSENGERS
Metro cops halting and looking through a minibus taxi.
At the point when workers use taxis they never think they'll get burglarized.
However, they end up compelled to uncover their bank PIN numbers at blade or gunpoint.
The hooligans at that point wipe out their financial balances prior to tossing the harmed casualties out of the taxi.
Ekurhuleni Metro cops have cautioned individuals to be cautious.
"A lady in her late 20s asserted she took a taxi close to the Reef Shopping Mall on 23 January, going to Germiston CBD," said Mokheseng.
"A white Toyota Quantum with five male tenants including the driver halted.
"Four travelers took out perilous weapons while the taxi was moving, and attacked her.
"She was burglarized of her gems, cellphone, R450 and a bank card. Hooligans got to R1 000 from her banking application, which was promptly removed prior to dropping her off close to the burial ground in Primrose, harmed and confounded."
Mokheseng said ultimately a Good Samaritan found and took her to the closest police headquarters.
"She was then raced to the closest clinic," he said.
The lady later educated the lawbreakers had gotten to her subsequent financial balance and went on a shopping binge of nearly R10 000.
Mokheseng said this was suspected to be an organization.
In a different episode, a man in his 30s on 5 February boarded a taxi on Sontonga Road close to Caltex gas station in Katlehong.
He was bound for Germiston.
Hooligans in a white Toyota Quantum utilized the equivalent usual way of doing things.
Mokheseng said police and Metro cops are examining.
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