Criminals are employing many techniques in their quest to continue stealing from unsuspecting victims across the country.
This is evident in some of the reports that is making waves all over the internet. It is either they make use of spikes, gunpoint, chemicals etc during their operations.
In an emerging report, a driver who was transporting a truck load of beer drinks was pulled over by a supposed police officer. He never noticed that the cop was a criminal putting on camouflage uniform.
He was dragged out of the vehicle by the suspects and the truck was taken to an unknown destination.
The incident took place at 15 rail road, Roodekop Germiston and the company is calling on the general public to come up with information that could lead to recovering of the truck.
According to a statement issued by Vehicle Trackers on Twitter:
"Fake cops pulled the beer laden truck over and hijacked it.
Sealand Transport Actros hijacked.
Last known location : 15 Rail Rd, Roodekop, Germiston
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