S/African Police Recover Hijacked Zambian Trucks

South African Police in Gauteng Province have recovered four Zambian trucks that were hijacked in that country in the early hours of Sunday.

Three of the trucks were found abandoned in the industrial area of Steeledale, about 15 kilometers from  the hijacking scene in Wadeville, Germiston.

The other truck was also found abandoned around Dragon City area within Johannesburg.

According to information made available to the Zambian Mission in Pretoria, the four trucks were recovered by South African Police in conjunction with a private vehicle tracking firm that the companies had engaged to provide tracking system for their fleet.

“Locations of the abandoned  trucks were discovered by following signals that were  transmitted by trackers that were installed on the trucks .The trucks have since been parked at the South African Police  FNB impounding yard in  Soweto awaiting further investigations.

Authorities indicated that  no arrests have been made so far in connection with the matter but all the vehicle engines they were carrying  destined for reconditioning at some garages were  missing,” first secretary press at the Zambian mission in Pretoria, Naomi Nyawali has stated.

“The Mission was further informed that the trucks were  found in good condition.

All the four Zambian drivers that were victims of the hijacking are still in South Africa awaiting further instructions.”

 

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