Criminals are at it again with their spiking of cars in order to rob motorists off their belongings.
On weekend right after the protest at the Blyde riverwalk estate, a known forex trader, Prince, decided to go visit his son in Soshanguve.
His car got spiked by on the Mabopane R80 highway and got robbed by five men. It is reported that the men are foreign nationals, they just came from nowhere and start to take his belongings.
Luckily he managed to get help and was taken to the Akasia hospital in Pretoria North after sustaining injuries on his head and leg.
It seems like the motorists who are using Mabopane R80 highway are the targeted ones because it not the first time this kind of incident happens.
Another motorists posted on social media that on Saturday night around 21h00, the criminals covered the spikes using a sheet so that motorists are not able to see what's on the road when driving.
Keo Mbunyane said they nearly became victims on the R80 highway after they approached Soshanguve Block XX, luckily they were rescued by police.
The criminals are said to be Zimbabweans and they are suspected to be staying around Soshanguve and Pretoria North.
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