DURBAN police have captured two men, who are accepted to be essential for a seize for recover posse, focusing on unfamiliar nationals living in the country.
The dramatization started on Saturday night, when a police task group was shaped to explore the capturing of a 24-year-old Indian public, who was seized from a parking garage in the Durban CBD.
KZN police representative Colonel Thembeka Mbele said the police task group was educated that the suspects were speaking with the casualty's sibling, requesting a payment.
She said that as police set up their activity, the supposed ruffians changed the gathering point from Clairwood, to Wiggins Road, in Mobeni.
"The group strategically continued to the gathering point, where the payment was given to the suspect by the casualty's sibling. The presumes then drove away in a supposed Uber vehicle. The casualty was dropped off, and a pursuit after the said vehicle followed.
The vehicle was halted, by the group at Wiggins Road, and caught. Two tenants of the vehicle, one of which was a far off public, were captured with the money," she said.
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