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And then the car is gone forever. I think it is one place that you don't want your car to be.
But why? If I was a courier I wouldn't report it. And nothing is going to happen anyway. You'll have all the effort and inconvenience and then the docket is chucked into a dark hole.
I won't even be surprised if some government officials are involved in these syndicates. Why would they do anything about it then? That's right, they don't care, so most likely got a finger in the pie.
South African courier hijackings are worse than ever
Criminal syndicates and opportunistic robbers are setting their sights on packages being transported by couriers in South Africa.
This is according to Garry Marshall, the CEO of the South African Express Parcel Association (SAEPA), which represents a wide range of couriers operating in the country.
Back in the 2000s I remember our couriers being armed.
That's intense. The boss had foresightYears ago when our company moved premises valuable stock had to be transported. Boss had 2 cars with armed men driving in front and 2 cars with armed men driving behind the truck.
I shudder to think what would've happened if anyone tried a hijacking.