Montclair is becoming another safe haven for criminals who engage in carjacking. Most people have been dishing out complaint on the level of criminality that residents and business owners experience within the zone.
Carjacking seem to be one of the easiest way foreigners make quick money in South Africa and the reported cases of carjacking is skyrocketing as the day goes by.
Just yesterday night around 8pm, a South African lady who was driving in Montclair got her vehicle hijacked by criminals who first spiked the vehicle.
She immediately engaged the services of a tracking company which launched a recovery operation and successfully recovered the car at Umlazi K Section were it was abandoned by the carjackers from Malawi.
According to a report released by Vehicle Trackers on Twitter:
"She got hijacked around 8pm tonight by Malawian carjacking syndicate at Montclair, the car has just been recovered in Umlazi K section by Car Tracker and Alpha Alarms."
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