Three vehicles recovered in Mozambican border

Three vehicles, two bakkies and an SUV, were recovered by SANDF members on the morning of Saturday, 28 January at Steenbook Trust near the borderline of Mozambique.

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According to police, suspects abandoned the vehicles. The Police were informed and upon arrival, a preliminary investigation revealed that the single Cab bakkies were stolen in Alberton and Springs, Gauteng. Meanwhile, the SUV was hijacked in Mothotlung, North West.

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“No one is arrested, but we will continue to search for the suspects. We urge anyone with information that may help apprehend the perpetrators to call the Crime Stop number at 08600 10111 or send information via MYSAPSAPP. All received information will be treated as confidential and callers may opt to remain anonymous,” said the police.

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