Two women (Indian nationals) were hijacked then found tied and dumped in Vosloorus. The women were apparently pulled over by 'fake police' in a vehicle fitted with a siren and blue lights. They were saved by a tracking company that responded to two signals, one from their vehicle and another from other victims hijacked earlier.
According to tracking officials, the suspects hijacked two vehicles at two points and drove them to a secluded area in Vosloorus. The tracking company located the two hijacked vehicles, found suspects busy stripping the vehicles and arrested the suspects. The women and other motorist who were tied were freed by the tracking company officials.
South African citizens need a new government that would be able to deal with the crime in a proper manner, criminals when they are convicted should know that jail is jail not this circus we see happening every day.
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