Police this week warned motorists to refrain from stopping on the N1 in De Doorns to make your mind up on out grapes from criminals pretending to be vendors.
Western Cape police spokesperson Sgt Noloyiso Rwexana acknowledged motorists stopping subsequent to the avenue come GG Camp, Sandhills, De Doorns, for the Hex River Valley’s contemporary beget, risk being robbed of valuables such as cellphones and wallets.
She acknowledged police were investigating robbery cases resulting from these incidents.
TimesLIVE previously reported that robberies in the predicament with the same modus operandi gain persevered since at least 2015.
TimesLIVE quoted sources saying grapes were stolen from nearby farmlands and outmoded as bait by the robbers.
Signs had been placed on the facet of the avenue warning motorists not to end.
Robbers disguised as grape vendors target motorists in De Doorns