The vehicle was handed over to police for further investigation.
During the operations, police officers recovered 28 blue and white capsules, 105 pink and white capsules, suspected to be heroin and 10 pieces of rock cocaine.
The suspect was employed as a live-in domestic worker for the past three months at a home in Brindhaven, Verulam.
Members of local security company Reaction Unit South Africa were called out to the scene by a Metro Police officer after he noticed the 24-year-old slumped in a grey Toyota Hilux bakkie parked on the road.
The victim and his wife were threatened with firearms and the suspects demanded cash and took the wife’s handbag which contained R50, 000 as well as four cellphones.
“Upon searching him, 15 wrappings of heroin were found in his pocket. During an interview, the 24 year old confirmed that he was dealing in drugs and supplied scrap metal collectors who frequented scrap yards in the area,” the report added.
Reaction Unit South Africa responded to the scene just after 6pm. When they arrived, the victim’s employer informed officers that the elderly man was employed by him for the past 17 years.
Blue Security community and media liaison officer, Andreas Mathios said four suspects, one of them armed with a firearm and the others with knives, arrived on property at around 1am.
In the first incident, the Empangeni Regional Court convicted and sentenced a 31-year-old man to life behind bars after he was found guilty of repeatedly raping his stepdaughter.
Members of a local security company were called out to a general dealer on Hazelmere Road in Canelands after one of their suppliers was hijacked.
Police believe that the two men in the published image could be of assistance in the case.