The South African National Defence Force have once again caught Mozambicans trying to smuggle an alleged stolen vehicle.
The SANDF were shocked when they saw a vehicle (Isuzu bakkie) stuck at the Mozambique / Kwazulu-Natal border.Apparently the Mozambicans came up with a new idea of smuggling vehicles without getting caught and South Africans are still in disbelief.The Mozambicans allegedly stole a license disc and a number plate from Phila Khumalo's vehicle to put on the stolen vehicle (Isuzu bakkie).Seemingly the Mozambicans were trying to smuggle the Isuzu bakkie with a fake number plate and disc which belong to another vehicle.
Phila Khumalo was shocked when he got a call that his vehicle was about to cross the border to Mozambique yet could see it in his yard.It brought attention to Phila Khumalo and only to realize that his number plate and disc were actually stolen.
South Africans are troubled by the incident and believe this could be the new trick that foreign nationals are using to smuggle stolen vehicles.It ia very fortunete that the SANDF managed to recover the vehicle as it was stuck on the border.The SANDF managed to arrest the Mozambicans as they were caught off guard trying to cross the vehicle.It is very troubling that foreign nationals come up with all the ideas just to smuggle vehicles and the cross the border without getting caught.
It is very lucky that the SANDF recovered the Isuzu bakkie with a fake number plate and disc that belongs to another vehicle.
Seemingly this could be a new way that hijackers are using to smuggle vehicles from the country using stolen number plates and discs.The smuggling of stolen vehicles has gone out of hand and South Africans will have to stay alert.
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Source: Vehicle Trackerz
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