Fake CIT guards collect money with ease, video stuns SA: “Inside job”

Fake CIT guards collect money with ease, video stuns SA: “Inside job”

- A group of criminals pulled off a cash-in-transit heist without the use of any force or firearms

- The gang were dressed up as fidelity staff members and collected SASSA cash with relative ease

- Video footage of the crime went viral and left South Africans speechless

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South Africans have witnessed many crimes taking place within Mzansi and it's not often that an offence takes everyone by surprise.

Briefly.co.za recently reported on a brazen cash-in-transit heist that took place in broad daylight and in full view of witnesses.

A recent cash-in-transit heist saw criminals show even less regard for the rule of law, as they stole SASSA cash without breaking a sweat.

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Video footage revealed how the men were dressed in Fidelity staff uniform and casually went about their business, loading the cash in a white Volkswagen Caravelle.

The men proceeded to escape in their vehicle, without alerting any suspicions.

Twitter user Yusuf Abramjee (@Abramjee) shared the footage of the bogus CIT pickup and stated that it took place in Alberton.

Briefly.co.za noted the reaction from South Africans and many felt it was an inside job.

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Sir. Mudau (@Sir_Mudau) felt it played out like a movie:

"Americans write the scripts, RSA perform real life."

Kgosi33 (@KingKgosi33) said,

"That's an inside job. Where did they get the uniform, firearms, badges, barcode scanners and documents to be signed by the person issuing money to Fidelity."

IG: Michael_Lebusa (@MichaelLebusa) added,

"This must be a joke, what the hell."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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