With each new day comes new trials which we must overcome. In South Africa, what has proven to be a major case of concern has been the rate at which criminals have been terrorising residents and businesses. One who runs a business has to make sure that it is insured to guard against the possibility of being robbed or losing their treasured assets. A report which was published by South African Trucker on the 8th of September 2021 reported yet another hijacking incident which had taken place.
Criminals in South Africa now seem to target Trucks as they carry high value goods which they can sell. The criminals have been robbing motorists and on the R28 in Sebokeng.
In today's incident a white Mercedes-Benz Actros with registration number JMF388NW and fleet number LBS78 got stolen. The truck was towing a blue sidebin tipper link trailers with registration numbers JHN498NW and JHN494NW. A description was given of the truck is said to have blue stickers and LBS signage.
The R28 has been listed as a hotspot as trucks are being hijacked at an alarming rate.
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