Tracker officials in collaboration with the police have managed to arrest one suspect and recover a hijacked Mercedes GLA45 AMG in Pretoria West.
According to the intelligence Bureau of SA news report, female victim was hijacked at gunpoint and kidnapped by the robber while she was on her way to home coming from work yesterday 20 September 2021 in the afternoon at Randparkridge, the suspect tied the victim's hands and feet then fled with the vehicle.
Tracker officials collaborated with police to trace the vehicle and it was finally spotted in Pretoria West, a car chase ensued until the suspect decided to surrender he was immediately arrested on the spot and the female victim was found in the vehicle and rescued.
All thanks go to the witness who witnessed the hijacking and informed the police he truly saved the woman's life, the suspect will soon be appearing in court to face charges of Kidnapping, hijacking, and being in possession of an unlicensed firearm.
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