MEC Speedy Mashilo I Police plead for information leading to arrests of MEC’s hijackers

MEC Speedy Mashilo I Police plead for information leading to arrests of MEC's hijackers

Mpumalanga police are still pleading for information that can lead to the arrest of two men who hijacked the province’s Human Settlement MEC, Speedy Mashilo, on Thursday. Mashilo was driving his bakkie on the R568 in Mpumalanga when he was hijacked. He was forced to stop at gunpoint and bundled into a sedan that drove off with him. The MEC was dropped off 8 hours later in Midrand in Gauteng. The suspects took his vehicle, banks cards, cash and licensed hunting rifle with 25 rounds of ammunition.
Police are concerned the rifle could be used to commit crimes.

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