6 Zimbabwean Car Thieves Busted Swartkoppies Rd - Brackenhurst.
By Newcaster | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 2821 views
A complaint was received of a car theft that had taken place at the Union Hospital. On our arrival it was established that the suspects had stolen a White Ford Ranger and had abandoned their Getaway vehicle in Clinton road.
The stolen vehicle was tracked to the Brackenhurst area and was recovered in Van Bergen str. A man hunt was executed as the suspects had abandoned the stolen vehicle and fled on foot.
Two men were spotted by Fox security Tactical team exiting a veld and jumped into a White Polo gti. Back-up was requested and the vehicle was stopped together with CPS Security Tactical Team. Six suspects were arrested, car breaking implements etc were found in the vehicle.
All suspects were arrested and taken to Brackendowns SAPS. The incident has caused a stir on social media with many people saying that, these people are terrorizing South African citizens and should be brought to Justice the Zimbabwean way.
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