CCTV captures "silent thieves" pushing stolen cars, Mzansi reacts

CCTV captures "silent thieves" pushing stolen cars, Mzansi reacts

- A group of thugs were caught on CCTV stealing a car

- The thieves can be seen pushing a white Volkswagen Polo and another dark car

- South Africans were quick to dub the group the "Silent Thieves"

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South Africa Live shared a video on it's Facebook showing thieves stealing a Volkswagen Polo. The men are seen pushing the white VW in the street during nighttime hours.

Another group of men are also caught on CCTV pushing a dark vehicle.

The description read:

"CCTV catches thieves stealing a VW Polo. Not sure how far they got."

No other information was provided on where or when the incident was filmed but the video gathered over 56 200 views since it was published on Wednesday.

Mariolanda Herselman Landie commented:

"So not just one, but taking two cars. Sjoe, greedy are we."

Siyabonga C-ya Mkhatshwa added:

"They know that the Polo might have a modified exhaust so it must be loud. To avoid attention they pushing it away from the hotspot."

Miems Wilson wrote:

"Silent thieves captured on moving CCTV camera proudly brought to you by South Africa. Lol ai.."

Other social media users poked fun at the thugs for not stopping at the intersection.

Tom Vanwinkle wrote:

"Hey! They didn't stop at that intersection, that's illegal."

Andrei Prokopenkov said:

"And they didn't stop on the stop line? Terrible!"

Gerhard Harmse commented:

"Breaking the law by not stopping at the stop sign as well."

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Take a look at the video below:

Earlier, reported on another video which shows a thug robbing an unsuspecting motorist.

The footage shows a man sitting in his car before a thug, who sneaked up on him, quickly steal something through the window.

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