Video shows it takes armed robbers 30 seconds to steal from an unsuspecting motorist

Video shows it takes armed robbers 30 seconds to steal from an unsuspecting motorist

It is no secret crime is a serious problem in South Africa- and a recent video has sent chills through South Africans.

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The video, which was shared on Multimedia LIVE's YouTube page, shows how long it takes for robbers to make off with an unsuspecting motorist's belongings.

Briefly.co.za gathered according to the footage, it took robbers only 30 seconds to steal from an unsuspecting motorist.

The video shows a black bakkie pulling up to the entrance of a complex, in Midrand, Johannesburg.

Soon after the bakkie's driver stopped, a silver Mercedes-Benz came to a halt in the lane next to the unsuspecting motorist's.

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Two armed men got out of the car and rushed to the bakkie, where they confronted the driver. A third robber joins them and they are seen opening the vehicle's doors before taking the motorist's belongings.

The entire process took the robbers only 30 seconds, and although it is unclear what they stole, it is concerning how fast they looted a vehicle.

According to the video's description on YouTube, the incident took place last week Thursday, 27 September.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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