WESTERN CAPE – Suspect arrested in Khayelitsha with hijacked truck and loot

WESTERN CAPE – The swift reaction of the Western Cape Flying Squad, after a truck with cargo was hijacked at N1 City in Goodwood, resulted in the arrest of a suspect yesterday.

The members were alerted that a truck with household appliances was hijacked and they immediately started with an investigation and followed the signal of a tracker unit that was installed in the truck. The signal led police to a residence in Mandela Park in Khayelitsha where the truck and the stolen cargo valued at around R800 000-00 were recovered.

One suspect, a 17-year-old male was arrested. Once charged, he is expected to make a court appearance in Khayelitsha for the possession of stolen property.

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