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  • JUST IN: Guest’s vehicle stolen outside Gagasi FM studios

    JUST IN: Guest’s vehicle stolen outside Gagasi FM studios

    Gagasi FM senior broadcaster Alex Mthiyane has made a public appeal this evening, Tuesday, 21 June, to the station’s listeners on Facebook to help out in locating his guest’s stolen vehicle.

    Taking to the Indaba with Alex page on Facebook, the broadcaster wrote that he is appealing to the public to help them in locating a silver Toyota Etios that was stolen at the parking lot of Gagasi FM at Cornubia Mall, Mount Edgecombe in Durban.

    He said the vehicle belonged to his guests that he had just hosted in studio.

    Earlier in studio, Alex hosted two mayors.

    He had the mayor of uMhlathuze Municipality Xolani Ngwezi and mayor of uMziwabantu Municipality Siboniso Zungu who both spoke about service delivery issues surrounding their respective municipalities.

    The registration for the stolen vehicle is NRB 69044.

    For any possible leads, the page appealed for the informant to contact 073 223 9405. (Alternatively, call the police).

    SUSPECTS NABBED WITH STOLEN VEHILCE

    Last month, law enforcement in Durban arrested to suspects who were linked to a string of cases involving vehicle theft in the greater parts of Durban, Umhlanga and Ballito.

    ALSO READ: Keeping your car safe from theft this festive season

    IOL reported that a vehicle linked to several car theft cases in and around Durban was spotted in Ballito as a result two suspects were arrested with car break-in instruments and devices.

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