A Taxi fleet operator has been discovered lifeless in Johannesburg.
A 63-year-old Johannesburg taxi fleet operator has died after being shot on his means residence from work on Monday afternoon.
Based on police spokesperson, Brigadier Mathapelo Peters, the Taxi Violence Unit – a specialised unit that falls beneath the Gauteng Provincial Investigating Unit – launched an investigation following the deadly capturing of the taxi boss in Kensington, Johannesburg.
“It’s alleged that the deceased was in his automotive, a black BMW 5-series, on his means from the workplace when a number of pictures have been fired at him by unknown suspects on the nook of York and Allum streets. The sufferer was declared lifeless on the scene.”
Police have launched a seek for the suspects and are interesting to anybody who might have witnessed the incident or might have data that would result in their arrests to contact their nearest police station or to name the Crime Cease quantity on 08600 10111.
Nameless tip-offs may be given on the MySAPS app that may be downloaded onto any smartphone.