Woman thanks kind South Africans for helping after car was stolen

Woman thanks kind South Africans for helping after car was stolen

- A woman endured a terrible ordeal after her car was stolen

- The incident occurred in front of her child's school while she popped in for a quick drop off

- The lady was disheartened initially, but showed her appreciation for ordinary South Africans as their kindness is helping her deal with the traumatic event

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Angelique Rossouw made a brief pit-stop at her daughter's school to drop off an item.

As she emerged from the school grounds, she made a horrible discovery - her new car had been stolen.

Angelique was distraught and cried at the scene while waiting for her husband and security to arrive.

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She shared the news in her community whatsapp groups for any possible leads and reported it at the police station in Norkem Park.

Although she was understandably disillusioned at first, Angelique recently displayed her amazing attitude to the traumatic event.

Through the #ImStaying Facebook group, Angelique shared her story and also thanked the many South Africans who made her feel better about the situation.

She cited strangers who shared encouraging messages and the warm-hearted cop who assisted her when making the case.

Angelique's heartfelt post even displayed forgiveness for the perpetrators of the crime.

Woman thanks kind South Africans for helping after car was stolen

Facebook: #ImStaying
Source: Facebook

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Briefly.co.za noted the delightful reaction to Angelique's post as many admired her positive spirit.

Pamela Moodley Padayachee shared some kind words to Angelique,

"Love this post.... Thank you for staying.... Yes I agree with you on the last part of Your Post. Healing Hugs Angel."

Linda Makhaya empathised with the victim as well:

"I'm sorry Angelique for your ordeal, I will keep you in my thoughts."

Nini Sibiya had a positive take on things:

"Oh no Norkem Park ,in sure the police will do all that they can . My friend got hers back in a matter of hours."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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