Woman hijacked visiting friend, Kanyamazane

South African Police Service

Woman hijacked visiting friend, Kanyamazane. Photo: SAPS
Woman hijacked visiting friend, Kanyamazane. Photo: SAPS

At Kanyamazane on Saturday 23 February 2019, at approximately 22:45, a 34 year old woman was hijacked while visiting a friend. Information at police disposal revealed that when the victim arrived at the friend’s house, the gate was opened for her, she then drove inside the yard. While the gate was closing, an unknown man appeared, held the victim at gunpoint, demanding the vehicle keys and in the process was joined by two other accomplices.

The trio, whose faces were covered with balaclavas, then drove off with the vehicle, a black Mercedes Benz.

The following day, early in the morning police received information from community members that there was a vehicle that was hidden between two water reservoirs, at Kanyamazane. Upon arrival at the scene, a preliminary probe revealed that the vehicle was the one that had been hijacked on that night.

No one has been arrested as yet, anyone with information that may assist in the investigation is urged to contact Sergeant Peter Sibande on 082 469 1604 or the SAPS Crime Stop number 08600 10111.

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