Christmas came early in Polokwane as looters steal truck’s load

Christmas came early in Polokwane as looters steal truck’s load

On Monday morning, the driver of the truck conveying a heap of yogurt halted at a set of robots at the intersection of Grobler and Market Streets in Polokwane, Limpopo.

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He got out when he thought the truck was losing its stock.

The minute the truck halted, the plunderers attacked.

In the 45-second video posted on social media, individuals are seen swarming everywhere throughout the truck.

The driver gets once again into the truck and drives off yet the marauders tail him into Market Street, where he stops and the looting proceeds.

Individuals at that point keep running off conveying boxes of yogurt, while others stay at the truck.

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A hair salon employee revealed to Daily Sun that she rushed outside when she heard the commotion and decided to participate.

"Christmas comes just once per year and it was only a gift from God," she revealed.

She admitted to taking 2 boxes of yoghurt, which was distributed to her family.

Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo said nobody has opened a case about the looting of the truck.

They checked with Polokwane police and they affirmed no case has been opened up until now.

Mojapelo said an update would be provided once a complainant lodges a case.

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