Video shows thugs in action: They made off with R200k worth of jewellery

Video shows thugs in action: They made off with R200k worth of jewellery

Everyday an unsuspecting South African falls victim to crime. A video was shared on social media recently which showed another follow-home robbery.

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According to a report 702.co.za, Caxton Greater Joburg North took to social media on Sunday to share a video of thugs robbing people in Bryanston.

The entire ordeal was caught on CCTV surveillance, where a masked robber is seen approaching the car before opening the vehicle's doors.

"Yet another incident of an armed follow-home robbery has emerged in Bryanston. The victims are forced to open the door as the suspects ransacked the vehicle for any valuable items," the video was captioned on YouTube.

Briefly.co.za gathered the robber stole a handbag, jewellery and watches, and even the family's groceries- which all totals to an estimated R200 000.

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The robber also took the keys to the family's home and it was reported one of the kids had to climb through a window to unlock it from the inside.

Aside from taking their belongings, the family was so traumatised by the experience they had to receive counselling. Luckily, no one was physically harmed during the incident.

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