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Members of the SAPS from Oshoek Border, just like their counterparts at other ports of
Entry in the province continue to be vigilant to ensure that stolen properties or any other
illegal items are not smuggled into or out of the country.
This time, on Wednesday morning, July 5, 2023, the members captured a white Toyota
Fortuner that was ready to cross the border into the Kingdom of Eswatini.
According to the police report, when the aforementioned Toyota Fortuner with Free
State registration number plates arrived, Border Policing officers in Oshoek were busy
performing stop-and-searches as part of their routine. Members assessed the car,
which only had one occupant inside, to make sure everything was in working order.
It was during this time when the men and women in Blue discovered something sinister
as certain numbers on the vehicle seemed to have been tampered with, which made
members very suspicious.
The car was then seized for further investigation by the Police to establish the real story
behind this tempering of chassis number. No arrest was made so far however the driver
who is from the Kingdom of Eswatini was issued with a warning meanwhile the