10 Men arrested for allegedly stealing fuel from bus: 'I give up'

10 Men arrested for allegedly stealing fuel from bus: 'I give up'

- Mzansi has reacted after a group of men were arrested for stealing fuel

- They attempted to take petrol out of a metro bus

- Many expressed concern at the escalating crime rate

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Mzansi social media users have reacted to the ten men who were arrested after they were caught stealing fuel directly from a Joburg metro bus. They were found with 25-litre containers filled with diesel. Many commended the mayor for a job well done while expressing concern about the crime in the country.

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Twitter user Mzwezwe8 said:

"Herman Mashaba is serious on fighting crime more than the president of South Africa."

While CornuPerold said:

"How is it possible to steal diesel from a metro bus? Surely these vehicles are equipped with tracking systems and fuel consumption monitored?"

Mzoyi said:

"Those security guards have just been insourced, now they allow this to take place on their watch, they should go too."

Keithsetaka said:

"Guys what's happening in this country?"

NtsieniUnaado said:

"This is a small breakthrough, go and put cameras in all your depots, you'll see thousands of litres going through same mode operandi."

Malaba99 simply said:

"I give up."

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a task team set up to combat cash-in-transit robberies recorded another win after a police constable together with six other men were arrested. Police received information about a group of suspects planning to commit a cash-in-transit heist in central Johannesburg. The team followed up on the description of the vehicles and flagged down a white Toyota Hilux and a Ford Ranger. The suspects fired at the police but the police overpowered and arrested them.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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