Young thugs load loot into stolen car before realizing that none of them can driveBy Mason White 11:07 AM November 4, 2014
|The crime scene|
By: Wayne Morin
A group of young men broke into a home and stole some items along with the homeowner’s car keys.
However, they realized that none of them knew how to drive.
One of the men finally volunteered to drive the stolen car, but he quickly crashed into the neighbor’s cement wall, smashing the wall and the car.
45-year-old Isaac Mkhize of South Africa, was surprised to hear that his car crashed into his neighbor’s wall.
When he returned home, Mkhize found that the young thugs had broken into his house in Soshanguve, Tshwane, and loaded his valuables into his car.
“When I got home, I found that the thugs had broken into my home and all my valuables were packed in the car,” Mkhize said.
When members of the community arrived at the scene, the suspects jumped out of the car and fled.
However, two of them were captured and beaten by neighbors until the police arrived to rescue them.
Later, a third suspect was found hiding nearby and was arrested.
Three men, aged 19, 20 and 23, were arrested and charged with breaking and entering, malicious damage to property and reckless driving.