Four vehicles recovered along Mozambique borderline

Four stolen vehicles were found on Tuesday by South African Defence Force (SANDF) members during a routine patrol.

According to a report, the SANDF members spotted a suspicious convoy of vehicles which is believed to have been heading to Mozambique.

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In a police statement, it stated that the occupants of the vehicles started shooting towards the SANDF members, who then reportedly fired back.

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“A male was shot dead, but the other suspects got away. All the four Toyota vehicles, two Legend 50 bakkies, a Fortuner and a Hilux were reported stolen at Lyttleton and Florida, Gauteng and in Pienaar,” reads the statement. The police are investigating an inquest in relation to the incident.

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