3 women photographed robbing house, South Africans call for punishment

3 women photographed robbing house, South Africans call for punishment

- South Africans looked on in shock as 3 women were seen breaking into a house in Johannesburg

- They persuaded the domestic worker to let them in to use the loo and then ransacked the place

- Social media users were shocked that women are committing crimes of this nature

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Three women were involved in a house burglary in Johannesburg on Tuesday.

The women stopped at the residence and one of them persuaded the domestic worker to allow her to use the bathroom.

Once the domestic opened the gate, the other 2 quickly jumped out of the car and forced their way in.

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According to reports, all electronics were taken and the suspects fled in a White Audi 3 series.

The Intelligence Bureau SA group shared the news via their Facebook page and South Africans were quick to show their disdain.

Kirk Olivier said, “Who lets a total stranger into their bosses house to use the bathroom.....please spin another one.”

According to a comment shared by Ann Rossouw, the women have applied the same modus operandi when targeting other houses previously.

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Gareth McKerrell saw the funny side as he said, “I'm just surprised that one made it through the front door. She makes the driveway gate look small.”
Velizar Georgiev jokingly added, “Yaaa ne., why must only the man be allowed to do this house robbery things... Equal rights for eeeeveryone. Viva.”
Karen Yssel shed some more light on the suspects: “This vehicle operated in Rayton outside Pretoria on Friday afternoon, 25 January. 3 x B/Females tried to gain access to 4 houses with various excuses, but were not successful. They were followed towards Eastlynne, but we lost them.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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