Benoni Flying Squad members recovered a hijacked truck linked to a Bedfordview case and arrested two suspects on September 27.
Benoni Flying Squad communications officer Grant Giblin said that the squad, EMPD, SAPS Response Team and a tracking company, followed leads after a truck with double link trailers was hijacked.
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Giblin said the hijacked truck is part of a previous Bedfordview case.
He said the information led them to an abandoned warehouse in Hattingh Street, Elandsfontein.
“At the premises, officers found both trailers containing a load of electrical goods to the approximate value of R2-million,” said Giblin.
Giblin said that two suspects were arrested at the premises.
He said officers also found an electrical signal jammer and bolt cutter.
“The suspects, aged 21 and 31, will appear in court on charges of possession of hijacked motor vehicle and stolen goods,” said Giblin.
Giblin said that the investigation into this case still continues.