CAPE TWON: POLICE in South Africa have arrested one man and recovered five of the six brand new vehicles believed to have been stolen from a car dealer in Limpopo Province and destined for possible smuggling into Zimbabwe. The vehicles were recovered close to the Limpopo River downstream of Beitbridge town at the weekend, the South African Police Service said in a statement yesterday.
“Five of the vehicles which were stolen at Phalaborwa Ford dealership in the early hours of today (Saturday) have been recovered,” South African Police Services spokesperson for Limpopo province Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo said.
“Two vehicles were found at Tshenzhelani village in Masisi, where one man was arrested. Three other vehicles were found at the Limpopo River which borders South Africa with Zimbabwe.