Foreigners are constantly indicted in most of the crime committed in South Africa and the number of reported cases of car hijacking connected to foreigners is increasing on daily basis.
We cannot continue to watch helplessly as our our nation slide down to anarchy.
The police and other sister agencies have been making frantic effort to ensure that sanity is restored across every community in South Africa.
The K9 unit of the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department in collaboration with CI launched a recovery operation which led to tracing of the car.
Upon apprehension, it was discovered that the car's plate number had already been changed from GP to Mpumalanga and the supects in currently detained at Roodepoort South African Police Service.
In a report released by 'Car Tracker SA' on Twitter:
"1 male from Burundi has been arrested for possession of a stolen Toyota Corolla in Creswell Park, Roodepoort as JMPD K9 officers assisted CI regarding the vehicle. Upon apprehension the vehicle's reg plates were changed from GP to Mpumalanga. Suspect detained at Roodepoort SAPS."
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