Video shows local mall robbed in broad daylight: "It's becoming a thing now"

Video shows local mall robbed in broad daylight: "It's becoming a thing now"

A video was shared on social media, which showed another robbery in a public place in broad daylight.

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On Thursday, Intelligence Bureau SA took to Facebook to share footage of a robbery which took place at Ilanga Mall in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga.

TimesLIVE reported two men‚ clad in police uniform‚ were seen entering Browns jewellery store. According to the report, no shots were fired and the sound came from the thugs attempting to break the glass.

However, Briefly.co.za learned although the men were dressed like cops, they were not officers. Colonel Mtsholi Bhembe said a case of robbery and impersonation of a police officer were opened.

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The footage went viral, gathering over 38.4k views in just a couple of hours.

Adnan Javed Malik wrote, "no place is safe in this country.not even upgraded shopping malls. ur life and ur wealth is at risk in mzansi 24/7 and 365 days a year"
Orlando Da Silva commented: "This is the second video I have seen of a Browns robbery. Both times they set off the smoke bomb. Clearly these criminals didn't do their homework."
Justin Mac Carthy added, "We are not even safe in our own houses and now the useless commie ANC bastards want to take away our right to self defense.. ANC must try to disarm legal gun owners...They want us to all be victims."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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