Man has Lamborghini worth R3.4m stolen, offers R200k reward

Man has Lamborghini worth R3.4m stolen, offers R200k reward

- A local man has offered a hefty reward for the recovery of his stolen Lambo

- The car was taken early this month in Johannesburg

- Social media users chipped in with their advice and a few sightings were reported

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A South African man is offering R200 000 for information about his Lamborghini Urus which was stolen in Johannesburg. There are only a few of the vehicle type currently in the country. According to a hired private investigator, some people have reported to spotting the car in Mozambique.

Team Trio Task Force took to Twitter earlier this week to report the incident and ask the public to keep an eye out for the white luxury car. The post also advertised a R200 000 reward for any information about the car.

According to Wheels24, the incident took place in Bedfordview on Johannesburg's East Rand on 4 February. Jacaranda FM reports that private investigator, Anton Koen, who is working on the case, says that the vehicle was spotted in Mozambique.

Twitter user sydneyzet1 said:

"Already jumped the border."

RealNkosi said:

"So this car really didn't have a tracker? Coz I know if it's taken by those Mozambique thugs they wouldn't remove it until it crosses the border."

khustazm said:

"No way, it’s probably in a truck to Mozambique. No one will drive that car."

Lawrenc59248920 said:

"Saw a Urus on Pietermaritzburg to Durban N3 on Wednesday at approximately 12h40 passing New England Road. Remember as I never saw a SUV Lambo ever before. Hope it helps."

MChavoos said:

"I saw a white Urus in Bloemfontein on Monday. I didn't think Bloemfontein even had a Lamborghini let alone a new Urus."

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Quicksilvermx2 said:

"My wife saw one this afternoon as on the picture, white... no number plates... travelling high speed... Location: M4 north-bound turning of at uMhlanga off-ramp at 17:15."

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