KZN Reaction Unit recovers stolen vehicle in Waterloo

A stolen silver Chevrolet Aveo was recovered by members of Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA) on Umkhonto We Sizwe Road in Waterloo - KZN on Monday night.

KZN Reaction Unit recovers stolen vehicle in Waterloo
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KwaZulu Natal (Waterloo): A stolen silver Chevrolet Aveo was recovered by members of Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA) on Umkhonto We Sizwe Road in Waterloo – KZN on Monday night.

This incident came to light while Reaction Unit officers were on patrol in Lotusville – KZN at approximately 11:15 in the night, and they noticed four men in the Chevrolet Aveo parked opposite the Verulam Testing Grounds.

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The reaction Unit officer said, “They found the behaviours suspicious when they noticed him.” The vehicle thereafter drove off in the Southridge – KZN.”

However, the Officer followed the car while awaiting the results of a vehicle registration check. The Operations Center of Zambia confirmed that the vehicle was sought on a criminal case registered at the Umzinto South Africa Police Service (SAPS).

The Reaction Officer called for additional backup and pursued the vehicle into Waterloo – KZN. The occupants abandoned the car and fled on foot in different directions. An extensive search was conducted, but no arrests were made.

The vehicle was impounded at SAPS Verulam. And residents are praising Reaction Unit Officers and calling them brave Officer. People are also talking about the teamwork of Reaction Unit officers.

A local resident named, “Kugan Pather said, “That is one brave Officer. The teamwork shown by this company is on another level altogether. Prem Balram should be our Minister of Police.”

On the same day, Reaction Unit Officers also shared one more post related to car theft, in which they asked for public assistance in locating the white car model 1989 Opel Kadette.

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As per the reports, “the vehicle was stolen from Russom Street in Verulam, KwaZulu Natal on Tuesday. The bonnet of the car was black. The car also had approximately R100 fuel at the time of the theft.

They also request residents to share the post as much as they can, and if one has any information regarding the vehicle can contact the RUSA officers on their official facebook page.