A Canadian tourist and his two children were abducted, assaulted, robbed and threatened for four hours by bogus police officers in Mpumalanga.
A Canadian tourist and his two children vowed to never set foot in South Africa again after a harrowing ordeal in which they were abducted, assaulted, robbed and threatened for four hours by bogus police officers in Mpumalanga.
After being abducted, Sean Stephens, 50, his children, Trinity, 18, and Kai, 15, his mother and her friend were taken from ATM to ATM and forced at gunpoint to withdraw cash from their bank accounts on Saturday night.
The man’s father, Chuck Stephens, told News24 the group were driving a rented Toyota Fortuner in downtown Nelspruit, heading westbound along the Samora Machel Road, when they were pulled over by a car fitted with blue lights.
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