She revealed that she was heading to MC Donald's at Pretoria central corner Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius to get food. She was walking by herself when a quantum stopped by and some passanger opened the door and tried to pull her into the vehicle.
She continued to explain how she noticed that and quickly ran away screaming and crying for help. The vehicle then drove away.
Many people were easily touched by this and just realized how serious these abduction cases in South Africa are.
For some people who live around the spot, this makes them to be fearful. Kimmy Noni who passes by the spot to work everyday is one of the people who will fear for their safety.
Whilst on that, other Pretoria residents could attest that there have been quite a number of cases that involve a quantum. These cases allegedly include robbery and hijacking. It is alleged that the police are looking for this vehicle.
Pretoria residents should watch out as this vehicle seems to be moving from one place to another, rotating around Pretoria as it was allegedly in Attredgville a few months ago but now in central.
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