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    Tzaneen - The Limpopo Department of Transport has condemned the "pure act of criminality" after a female traffic officer was hijacked in her official vehicle outside her house in Lenyenye, Limpopo on Wednesday evening.

    Department spokesperson Joshua Kwapa said the officer was unharmed in the hijacking after she stopped outside her house in her Golf 6.

    "For us, this is a pure act of criminality. Some of the officers take official vehicles home with them. When she stopped outside her house, she was blocked off by criminals," Kwapa said.

    "We are obviously very concerned about the safety of our traffic officers. Luckily, she was unharmed during this incident," he said.

    Kwapa said, after the officer was hijacked, she went to the police station to report the matter.

    Limpopo police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe confirmed the incident.

    "She was blocked off from behind by a silver grey Ford Focus with unknown registration numbers [and] with three occupants inside, wearing balaclavas," he said.

    "Two suspects exited the car and approached her, whereby she ran away leaving the car behind. They entered the car and drove away," Ngoepe said.

    He said there had been no arrests and police were still investigating the matter.

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    A few questions:-
    1) Why using government vehicles to take home?
    2) Does perks tax get paid
    3) Where was her firearm and why didn't she use it instead of running
    Just like SAPS emergency situations get told sorry no vehicles and this is why.
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    In South Africa the criminals are so cunning .... they are hijacking the police cruisers
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    Shows just how little criminals care about getting caught, because they never get caught. If criminals are so brazen then there is definitely a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemi300c View Post
    A few questions:-
    1) Why using government vehicles to take home?
    2) Does perks tax get paid
    3) Where was her firearm and why didn't she use it instead of running
    Just like SAPS emergency situations get told sorry no vehicles and this is why.
    And get shot for a company vehicle?

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    Why have they not found the vehicle? Surely Police vehicles are tracked and monitored? Why not phone the police instead of going to the police station?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitbull View Post
    And get shot for a company vehicle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemi300c View Post
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    No way I would fight for a company vehicle. My own on the other hand. And yes I know even that is stupid
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    Quote Originally Posted by UrBaN963 View Post
    Why have they not found the vehicle? Surely Police vehicles are tracked and monitored? Why not phone the police instead of going to the police station?
    I ask myself the very same question. Probably it is already resprayed by now. I have just checked out some YouTube video clips. In South Africa 2017, hijackings seems to be a rather normal occurance.
    Why the police seldom (if ever) disclose any info about the perpetuators? Even in Colombia and Mexico the police are more helpful in this regard. What exactly are they covering up? Policeman = Criminals or what?
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