R200k reward Placed On The Recovery of R4m Lamborghini
R200k reward Placed On The Recovery of R4m Lamborghini: The proprietor of a Lamborghini Urus that was taken in Bedfordview, Johannesburg, has offered a compensation of R200,000 for data prompting its recuperation.
The extravagance vehicle, with an expected expense of R4m, vanished on February 4, as per private agent Anton Koen of NoJack Vehicle Tracking — an organization that represents considerable authority in the recovery of seized and taken vehicles.
The white vehicle has the enlistment plate JD89ZJ GP and motor number DHU000986.
Koen said there had been an expansion in the robbery of top of the line vehicles and insinuated a trick.
“There is certainly a spike, we have two checked instances of top of the line vehicles being taken around a week ago. There is a modern trick that these individuals use to bait the proprietors. They are exceptionally vital and as a rule work with the business,” he disclosed to SowetanLIVE’s sister distribution TimesLIVE.