The South African security operatives are showing a whole lot of commitment in the fight against criminal act which has become the order of the day.
Residents of most cities in South Africa don't sleep with their two eyes closed due to the violent crime often targeted at the vulnerable among our society. This crime ranges from carjacking, burglary, kidnapping, rape, drug dealing etc.
Johannesburg is not left out of places affected by these insecurity. In an emerging report, a Malawian man just landed himself in police net after he was found in possession of a stolen car.
The Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department acted upon an intelligence information given to them about a Kia Picanto vehicle fitted with car tracker which got hijacked in Brixton area.
The tracking unit of the vehicle was activated by the K9 unit of the JMPD and the vehicle was traced down to Braamfisherville in Gauteng where it was recovered.
The suspect was arrested and he is currently under police custody.
This was contained in a statement issued by Vehicle Trackers on Twitter:
"One Malawian suspect was arrested by JMPD K9 Unit in possession of a hijacked motor vehicle in Braamfisherville, Gauteng
The KIA Picanto vehicle fitted with a Cartrack unit was hijacked in the Brixton area. The tracking unit was activated and traced to Braamfisherville".
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