Tracker officials, working with SAPS and SANDF, recovered 2 Toyota Hilux bakkies on the border with Mozambique

Tracker officials, working with SAPS and SANDF, recovered 2 Toyota Hilux bakkies on the border with Mozambique. The 2.8 GD-6 and the 2.4 GD-6 were both stolen in Pretoria.

At least another two South African Toyota Hilux owners can be delighted about the fact that their stolen vehicles did not manage to cross into Mozambique. The efforts to sneak the vehicles through the South Africa/Mozambican fence was foiled by successful pursuit of the vehicles by the soldiers from 7 South African Infantry Battalion deployed in Macadamia area of responsibility as part of Operation CORONA, the South African National Defence Force Border Safeguarding Operation. 

On the evening of 18 October 2021, at about 20:15 pm, the Bravo Company Commander, Major M.T. Manyike, activated his members in response to information received of a possible vehicle crossing in their area of responsibility. Lieutenant D.R.M. Miala swiftly deployed her members in the area. What followed was a joined pursuit by the South African National Defence Force soldiers, members from the South African Police Service Crime Intelligence based in Komatiepoort and a member from the Tracker Company (Mr Stropie). The effort was rewarded when the stolen vehicles were intercepted by the joined team at the 18.6km mark near Sub Station 3. 

The charcoal coloured 2021 Toyota Hilux Legend 50, valued at R800 000, was traced to an owner in Queenswood (Pretoria). Information concerning the white 2018 Toyota Hilux Raider is still outstanding. 

The vehicles were handed over to Komatipoort SA Revenue Services for storage and processing. 








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