A joint operation between SAPS, Tracker and Durban Metro Police in the Durban South areas resulted in the recovery of 9 stolen vehicles and a firearm. Two Chop-Shops were detected with 1 suspect arrested so far, police are still working on other still the rest of the suspects. Police are urging anyone with any information regarding this incident to come forward, as it may lead to the arrest of the suspects.
This is not the first time police are recovering stolen vehicles from a chop shop, and that is the reason why people want them to be closed down. Another thing that has been discovered is the fact that most of the chop shops are owned by foreign nationals, most of them work with criminals who hijack cars then sell them to the owner that a cheaper price.
The thing that should be done is searching each and everyone of these chop shops on a regular basis to see if they not having any stolen cars or parts. These chop shops are the main reason why there is too much crime, because the owners work with criminals. This makes it very possible for criminals to have business and make more money out of the things that they still from innocent people.
As members of the public we should help police in curbing crime, by also reporting criminal activities that are happening in our areas without any hesitation. It takes one person to change the world and once we stop crying a lot of people's lives will be spared, as well as their belongings that they work hard for. The government should also be tougher on criminals so that they will stop harassing innocent people and killing them for no reason.
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