Limpopo cops have managed to recover four stolen vehicles after intensive search.
Police spokesperson Colonel Robert Netshiunda said two vehicles were found at Tshenzhelani village in Masisi where one man was arrested.
Three other vehicles were found at the Limpopo River which boarders South Africa with Zimbabwe. Six brand new cars were stolen at the Garage at Phalaborwa Ford dealership along the Palm Avenue in the early hours of Saturday.
Netshiunda said the suspects broke into the garage, gained access into the office with vehicle keys and speed off with six vehicles; a Ford Ranger Wild Trak 3.2 D/C 4X4 white in colour, silver Ford WildTrak Ranger 4X2 D/C, white Ford Everest 4X2 XLT, Ford Ranger 2.2 single cab gold in colour, gold Ford Ranger 2.2 XL D/C 4X4 and a white Ford Everest 4X4 LTD.
He said the vehicles were last spotted refuelling at a garage in Namakgale along the R71 route to Tzaneen.
The hand gloves which are believed to have been used by the suspects were found at the scene.
The search for the remaining vehicle and more suspects continues.