Most wanted hijackers found, after an operation was conducted in search of the vehicle.
By RSA_News | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 446 views
On Wednesday 10 February 2021 in Merebank, Wentworth, Kzn, information was circulated by the Bluff CPF of a suspicious vehicle that was spotted in the Bluff area. A registration check was conducted via SAPS, and it was established that the vehicle is wanted for an Umlazi SAPS theft of motor vehicle case.
After superb teamwork by members of ET Rapid Response, Protech Guarding and Wentworth SAPS, the vehicle was successfully intercepted in Merebank, resulting in three suspects being arrested.
Crime does not pay and you will always get caught no matter how smart you think you are, people’s hearts are never at peace because of these criminals and they are living in fear of losing their lives and items which is not fair. This is a free country but now thieves have taken citizens' rights and made them their own, they think they are the only ones who are supposed to live a nice life and yet they do not want to work for it.
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