Car stolen in Plumstead

2017-09-05 06:00

Diep River police are asking for help to find a stolen green BMW after it was stolen in Plumstead on Friday 29 August at about 11:40.

Diep River police spokesperson Constable Zak Maraus says the car’s owner was visiting a resident in Plumstead.

“The complainant was approached by two unknown men enquiring about a lawn-cutting business. The complainant informed them he had no knowledge of such a business.

“He was about to get into his car when one of the thieves pointed a firearm at him. The thieves then got into the man’s car and fled.

“No shots were fired. No-one was injured,” he says.

V Anyone with information should call detective Sergeant Arnold Bosch on 021 710 7360.

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