Criminals are beginning to find new ways to cover up any form of evidence that could lead to finding them after hijacking vehicles or stealing people's valuable.
In recent times, the city of Katlehong has experience a surge in recorded criminal cases especially the issue of carjacking is so rampant in the city that residents sometimes find it difficult to move around with their vehicles.
In an emerging report which happened on the noon of Wednesday, about two vehicle hijackers stole a truck belonging to a trucking company in South Africa that was about delivering a consignment to someone within the city of Katlehong.
The truck was later traced and found in Masakhane street, Katlehong where it was going up in flames.
Eyewitness confirmed that the vehicle was set ablaze by the suspects and they took away all the content in the trunk of the van.
Many believed they set the vehicle ablaze just to prevent security operatives from tracing them.
The incident has been reported to the Katlehong police and they are making frantic effort to arrest the suspects as well as prosecute them.
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