Stolen vehicle recovered in high speed chase, Lamontville

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Stolen vehicle recovered in high speed chase, Lamontville. Photo: Alpha Alarms
Stolen vehicle recovered in high speed chase, Lamontville. Photo: Alpha Alarms

A high speed chase ensued earlier today in Lamontville where a stolen Toyota Fortuner was recovered and one suspect was arrested in a joint effort by Tracker personnel, Alpha Alarms Tracker Unit, SAPS and Metro Police.

Tracker SA picked up the Tracker signal in Lamontville and upon spotting the vehicle, a high speed pursuit followed. Alpha Alarms Tracker Unit, Metro Police and SAPS were close on the heels of the Tracker team. The suspect crashed the vehicle into a sand bank in Lamontville and fled on foot.

A foot chase by members ensured that the suspect was arrested. The vehicle was found stripped and damaged.
Well done to the responders on the recovery of the vehicle and the arrest of the suspect.

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