CRIME ALERT: CEMENT DUMPED ON CAR FROM N1 BRIDGE IN AN ATTEMPT TO HIJACK THE DRIVER...

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The Tshwane Metro Police Department (TMPD) has been made aware of an incident where cement was thrown from a bridge onto a car moments before an attempted hijacking on the N1 and Botha avenue.

TMPD officers will be deployed to


monitor the area. Criminals will try everything to catch unsuspected motorists off-guard - Be vigilant at all times and only stop where it is safe to do so.

ALSO READ: HIJACKING IN SA & SAFETY TIPS - 45 Vehicles are Hijacked in South Africa every day...

Schalk Jacobsz turned to social media to warn motorists - This is what he wrote:

Would like to make everyone aware of what


seems to be the new trend for hijacking, while traveling on the N1 just after the Botha Avenue off-ramp.

I went under the Jean Avenue Bridge (M34) - they threw cement down from the bridge onto my car and when I stopped to try and clean the windscreen, 6 men came out of nowhere and start running towards my car.

Luckily for my safety, I was able to get away fast enough. Everyone be on the look out and don't stop if this happens to you keep going.

BE SAFE 👌

ALSO READ: Safety Tips - Don't become a Victim of Smash-and-Grab...

Photos in Gallery Below: Schalk Jacobsz

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