Police recover stolen vehicle after five years

A white Toyota Etios that was stolen five years ago was recovered by police during a crime intelligence operation in Standerton.

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The operation led the police to a house in Meyerville where the suspicious vehicle was spotted. Upon arrival, the suspect fled, evading the arrest. “They investigated on the vehicle with no registration plates. They identified it as a vehicle stolen in Centurion, Gauteng province on May 2018.

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The vehicle was confiscated and taken to Standerton SAPS. According to the police, they are still on the lookout for the suspect and hoping for an arrest soon.

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