Man left with only keys of his Dyna

Dyna truck
Dyna truck

Police in Moshupa are investigating a case in which a 43-year-oldman woke up in the morning to find his truck missing. The incident happened last week.

Revealing details to Mmegi Online, Moshupa police Station Commander, David said Ramoseki said the 43 year old went to bed at night but woke up the following morning to find his truck gone. “On September 7, 2023 which was last week we received a report in the early morning that a 43-year-old man of Mmaditswere ward in Moshupa's Toyota Dyna was stolen,” Ramoseki said.

The commander also said the 43 year old retired into his room after parking his Dyna truck and went to sleep as per the norm. But the next morning proved to be one of the days to not forget for the 43 year old as he woke up to find his car gone. “On September 8, 2023 the 43-year-old woke up around 6am and when he looked outside he could not see his Dyna. After realizing that his car is nowhere to be found he then reported to us,” the commander said.

Ramoseki highlighted that the 43-year-old is only left with questions as he could not figure out what had transpired. Ramoseki echoed that they are trying to ascertain what really transpired on the tragic night for the man. The commander implored car owners to exercise caution with their cars to make sure that they are safe.

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