A cash-in-transit company is offering a substantial reward for any information leading them to the culprits of a heist in Pretoria on Tuesday.
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported a brazen cash-in-transit heist was caught on camera and shared via social media on Tuesday.
Now, a day after the heist took place, the company that was robbed offered a R1 million reward for any information that could lead to the arrest of the robbers.
SBV South Africa took to social media to announce the reward. The social media post also revealed two of their security guards were left with minor injuries in the attack.
"SBV offers R1,000,000 reward for information that leads to the successful arrest and prosecution of the perpetrators of yesterday's #CITRobbery at Laudium. Call 083 408 7029. @Abramjee," the post was captioned.
SBV's post sparked quite the reaction and some suggested they should look closer to home.
Tshepo Malatse, who goes by the Twitter handle @TshepoMalatse, commented: "I saw the robbery video,that is not a robbery ,its a hand over. The enemy is here at home."
Another Twitter user, @dedzoo, wrote: "Damnit! Kanti how much money was taken."
Thabo Madisa, @ladopegp, added: "Start with those security guards. They know something we don't know."
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