Hijacking: Alert cops nab four

2011-11-01 00:00

ALERT Durban K9 unit members on Saturday night nabbed four men believed to have hijacked a car on Queen Nandi Drive the same evening.

A police statement said the unit members was patrolling in the KwaMashu area on Saturday night when they spotted a suspicious-looking Toyota Tazz in the area. They tried to stop the vehicle, but the driver refused to stop and sped off.

Police gave chase and the occupants of the vehicle opened fire. The members who returned fire, wounding three occupants. The injured suspects were taken to hospital.

It was later established that the vehicle used by the men had been hijacked earlier that evening. — Witness Reporter.

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