Another brazen robbery in daylight leaves tweeps fuming

Another brazen robbery in daylight leaves tweeps fuming

South Africans were left fuming after a video was shared on social media, which showed another brazen robbery in broad daylight.

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It is no secret robberies have been plaguing South Africa and yet another brazen robbery was caught on video recently.

According to a post by Yusuf Abramjee, a robbery took place in Sebokeng over the weekend. The footage showed a white car pulling up to a parking lot and a couple of men with heavy guns went into the shopping centre.

The men is seen loading goods into the car before speeding away.

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The video was shared on Twitter on Tuesday and it has since gathered over 19 000 views. So, took a look at some of the reactions from social media users, who are fed up with the crime.

Sefularo Keamogetswe, who goes by the Twitter handle @Sefularo_Keamo, commented: "Will I be wrong if I say we need to hire police sniper team to be on every corner of the streets in SA. We are tired of criminals."
Bongani P Mabena, @bongzanator, added: "The way crime has become a norm in our society, people are even walking casually while criminals with guns are walking out."
Another tweep, @The_Gwija, wrote: "Whatever happened to the flying squad? These robbers were in no hurry at all! They could have gone back and placed food orders and I’m sure there would be no response from police and security company."

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