Harare Man Loses Car In A Bid To Cut Into A Fuel Queue
17 October 2019
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In a rather tragic incident, a Harare motorist’s efforts to avoid queuing for hours for fuel backfired after his car was stolen by an unknown male who had offered to assist him to get to the fuel pump quickly.

According to the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) the man had his Toyota Hiace, motor vehicle Reg ADZ 2349 stolen at a service station in the CBD on Wednesday by an unknown suspect who had asked for a $10 bribe to assist him.

The driver then left his disembarked from his motor vehicle to look for cash to pay the suspect, leaving his car keys on the ignition.

Taking advantage of the man’s absence, the suspect then took the chance and drove off with the vehicle.

Speaking on microblogging site, Twitter, using their official account, ZRP said:

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