RUSA seeks public assistance to find stolen vehicles

RUSA has been seeking public assistance to locate two motor vehicles in Clover Lane, Mountview and Victoria Embarkment in Durban.

RUSA seeks public assistance to find stolen vehicles, Image: facebook
RUSA seeks public assistance to find stolen vehicles, Image: facebook

South Africa: Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA) has been seeking public assistance to locate two motor vehicles. The reaction unit has shared different updates about the robbery incidents in two separate areas of KwaZulu-Natal.

The first incident happened at Victoria Embankment in Durban and the second robbery happened at Clover Lane in Mountview.

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As per the update shared by the Reaction Unit South Africa, the vehicle has been identified as a silver 2015 Toyota Hilux 3.0 D4D. The registration number of the vehicle has been identified as, NJ 62908 (pictured).

The reaction unit officers took the opportunity to share some important details about the vehicle and the robbery incident. The vehicle was stolen from the Victoria Embankment in Durban Central – KZN today (Tuesday).

As per the original owners of the vehicle, before the theft, the bakkie had a quarter tank of fuel and is fitted with a canopy.

The second robbery incident happened at Clover Lane in Mountview – KZN on Tuesday. The vehicle which the reaction officers are looking for in this case is identified as the grey 2002 single cab 2.5 Isuzu bakkie.

The registration on this vehicle read BF59XH-ZN.

The suspects are believed to have been dropped off by a white VW Polo for carrying out the robbery. Meanwhile, the registration for the suspects’ vehicles is unknown. As per the vehicle’s owners, the bakkie was fitted with a chrome grill.

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The reaction officers have shared the images of both vehicles while urging the country’s people to reach out with any information they have. Meanwhile, social media was flooded with disappointed social media users, who said that theft incidents have been increasing exponentially.

Some social media users even questioned when the number of such incidents would decrease in the country.  Meanwhile, some responsible citizens also tried to help the officers by sharing information.

One of the social media users shared that they were sure, I’m sure, since it’s 4WD, it’s heading to Mozambique. With this, the social media user directed the RUSA officers to check the Manguzi border.