Surprising news a stolen vehicle was found in the premises of the church today in the afternoon 17 August 2022, it is alleged that the pastor of the church knows something about the stolen vehicle parked in his church.
According to the information given the the vehicle was stolen in Sherwood area and the victim reported the incident at the Sherwood SAPS, after the vehicle was stolen the tracker activited and the PT Tactical unit worked in locating the vehicle.
The signal took the officials to the church premises and the vehicle was found outside the church at Umlazi KwaZulu-Natal, the church members says they know nothing about the vehicle parked in the church yard but it is alleged that the pastor knows something since he was the last person to be at the church last night and he is no where to be found.
The police are investigating on the case and it was successful recovered at church and it was luck because these type of Toyota Corolla is hard to recover.
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