Unfortunately because of the large amount of Crime in South Africa it's not uncommon for people to get their property stolen. This includes assets like cars, which are hijacked on the roads, stolen from public places and even stolen from people's homes. Below are three cars that was stolen this past week.
Toyota Conquest :
The 2000 Toyota Conquest was stolen from Cider Close - Trenance Park in Verulam Kwazulu Natal this Morning. Unlike how it looks in the picture, their was primer on the body work of the car and it had a set of roof racks installed. The public are urged to be on the lookout for it.
VW Polo :
This VW Polo 1.9 TDI was stolen from Durban Central Kwazulu Natal this past Saturday. The vehicle was spotted in Siyanda near Kwamashu a short while after the theft. The car has several unique features like black mags and a black bonnet that makes it easy to spot. Please keep an eye out for it.
Toyota Corolla :
This white Toyota Corolla was stolen from Chubbies garage in Verulam Kwazulu Natal this past Thursday. The panel below the driver's door was damaged and it was low on fuel at the time of the robbery.
My Opinion :
Because of the large amount of car robberies that occur, I urge South Africans to put proper security measures into their vehicles. Things like alarms, door locks and trackers are essential in case your vehicle is stolen.
If you see one of these vehicles on the road please contact RUSA (Reaction Unit South Africa) immediately with all the information you can. Especially where you saw the vehicle and a possible description of the driver.
RUSA : 086 1234 333
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