- Two people were killed in Kuils River, Cape Town, when a police chase ended in a crash.
- The third person in the vehicle was arrested for possession of a gun stolen in Gqeberha in 2016.
- The vehicle the three were in was reported stolen in Fish Hoek last year.
Two suspects died after a high-speed police chase in Kuils River, Cape Town, on Thursday.
Police spokesperson Colonel Andrè Traut said the Flying Squad's suspicions were raised on Thursday by a white Toyota Etios, which had been reported stolen in Fish Hoek last August.
The chase from Riebeeck Street came to a crashing halt when the Etios crashed into a private vehicle.
"The driver and one of the passengers of the Etios succumbed to death while the third occupant, a 40-year-old man sustained injuries," said Traut.
The third man was taken to hospital and arrested in connection with the alleged possession of a 9mm pistol stolen in Gqeberha in 2016.
The driver of the private vehicle was not injured during the crash.
The circumstances surrounding the case is under investigation.
The names of those who died is not available yet.