Busted? SA police vehicle allegedly used as delivery van to transport doors

Busted? SA police vehicle allegedly used as delivery van to transport doors

- A video of a police vehicle used as a delivery van to transport doors has made the rounds on social media

- The police stated they will respond at a later stage about the use of an official vehicle as a delivery van.

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A video of a police van being used to transport doors for what seems to be personal reasons have been shared on social media.

The person who filmed the video said that the police vehicle comes from Marianhill SAPS, in KwaZulu-Natal.

The man narrated the video, talking about the police van transporting doors and door frames.

He complained about the the police using police vehicles for private use, saying this is why there is such a lack of police presence.

This is new, a police vehicle is being used for delivery and when you go to the police they tell you there is no van … but look, it is being used for delivery.

The man then talks about the police officers driving the van being known to drink heavily. He accuses the officers of agreeing with each other to use the police van for personal reasons.

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The Citizen reported sending an inquiry to the KwaZulu-Natal police. The police responded by saying they will respond to the matter and thanking The Citizen for the enquiry.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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