MOKGOLOBOTO-A captured Toyota Corolla having a place with a police constable joined to Sekgosese Police station in the Greater Letaba was recuperated on Tuesday night at Mokgoloboto town in Greater Tzaneen. During the commandeering SAPS part was likewise looted a help gun and money.
Limpopo police representative, Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo, says six vigorously outfitted suspects halted the 35-year-old police Constable, along the street right external Khujwana town, under Greater Tzaneen, and looted her money at weapon point on Monday.
Mojapelo says the suspects, outfitted with rifles, redirected and accompanied her towards Muhlava town where she was requested to stop. They then, at that point, looked through the vehicle and took cash that was in the vehicle.
Mojapelo says the casualty was from there on, accompanied to her home in Khujwana town where she was requested to open the safe.
The suspects then took the cash in the protected, her authority 9mm gun and a cellphone, and left without discharging a shot. The casualty was not harmed during the burglary.
Canine Security along with Tracker SA affirmed that the vehicle was recuperated at Mokgoloboto on Tuesday at around 22H00.
Police are interesting to any individual who could have data about the episode to contact the closest police or the Crime Stop number on 08600 10111. Data may likewise be conveyed through the My SAPS application or SMS number 32211 to stay unknown.
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