Police began an investigation on Thursday for a suspect who hijacked the ANC and MEC regional chairs for human settlement in Mpumalanga, Speedy Mashiro.
According to information received by police, Mashiro was driving a Toyota Hilux light truck on the R568 between Ekangala and Kwamranga around 12:00 pm.
“Two unknown residents pointed his gun at him and pulled him. Then he was pushed into their BMW. Another suspect was driving his light truck. While they were driving with him, the hijacker then moved with him to Eastland, “said police spokesman Brig Selvy Mohlala.
According to Morara, Mashiro was then put into another vehicle and disembarked later that night in a remote location in Oliphants Fonten.
“They went to a town house, where they loaded him into another car. Then they drove towards Oliphants Fonten (Tembisa) and left him in a secluded area around 8 pm He walked to a nearby road and was helped by a passing guard vehicle. ”
The suspect fled with a Toyota Hilux, a bank card, a brown bag (containing the R25 000), groceries, a purse, and a licensed hunting rifle with 25 ammunition.
The hijacking incident was reported to the Oliphants Fonten police station and transferred to Kwamlanga. Investigation is ongoing.
SAPS appeals to the general public who may have the information to contact the nearest police station, call the crime stop number at 08600 10111, or send information via the MySAPS app. increase. All information received is treated as sensitive and the caller can choose to remain anonymous.
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