There is currently a group of five males traveling in a Renault car similar with a GP number plate around Polokwane terrorising young women and trafficking them. It is argued that this group of five males are targeting Bendor site in Polokwane and at town are targeting TUT residences.
"Yesterday one of the community member escaped trafficking as white people around eduan park near Tom Naidoo school came to rescue her. The driver of the car is chubby around size 40 and one of the passengers is tall and skinny to be around size 30 to 32 with gangsterism rings on his their fingers (brown skinned)", Said by Tshepiso lebang.
People are advised to avoid approaching unknown cars asking for a direction around town and are urged to run away from this dark gray Renault because it is allegedly said that this group is dangerous and armed. People are also advised to alert their friends and families about this group of five males in order to save their lives.
South Africa is one of the country that always experience a higher number of crimes as well as influx illegal immigrants amongst African countries according to the statistics.
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