DURBAN: 24 October 2021 –Durban Flying Squad police officers received information from a tracking company about a car that was hijacked in Pietermaritzburg. The car was reported to be travelling on the N3 freeway towards Durban, the police immediately followed up on the information and as they were travelling on that freeway through they spotted the vehicle.
They managed to intercepted near the M13 on ramp, they were helped by the K9 unit. Four suspects aged between 19 and 25 were placed under arrest, two knives were found inside the hijacked car. Further investigations revealed that the car was hijacked at Sweetwaters in Pietermaritzburg this morning, the suspects are expected to appear at the Durban Magistrates Court tomorrow for possession of a stolen vehicle.
The swift response of the police as well as the help of the tracking company helped in arresting the suspects on time and the recovery of the hijacked vehicle, it is very rare for vehicles to be found on the same day and suspects to be arrested too. What do you think should be done about the crime that is happening in South Africa?
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