PICS: Crocodile on the loose on N4

2016-03-16 06:50

Rustenburg – A crocodile is seemingly on the loose in the Rustenburg area, after pictures of the animal crawling along the N4 were posted on social media.

Traffic SA’s Rob Byrne tweeted an image at around 06:00 on Wednesday morning to alert traffic goers in the Rustenburg area.

The images were originally posted to Twitter by @TrapSpotter, stating the animal was snapped on the N4 at the Kroondal offramp just outside Rustenburg.

Trap Spotter made pleas for those with information to call the local crocodile farm at 082 626 9218.

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