- A heist ring's plan to rob a cash-in-transit vehicle while heavily armed had devastating consequences
- The Fidelity armoured van was travelling through Limpopo when criminals forcibly stopped it
- Hawks spokesperson Matimba Maluleke shared how the CIT heist happened on the Limpopo road
LIMPOPO- A cash-in-transit heist occurred on a road in Polokwane. The ill-fated Fidelity vehicle was on Burgersfort Road when it got attacked.
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A Mercedes Benz rammed into the vehicle, which left the driver with no choice but to stop. Maluleke said the suspects allegedly shot at the armoured vehicle, killed one guard, robbed the rest, and took off with an undisclosed sum of cash.
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Meshack Useni Amisi Masimango said:
"So all these years, these companies have never thought about purchasing helicopters for this process?"
Ndumiso Kwedana commented:
"One thing I always ask myself about these heists and the companies that transport this money, why doesn't the car carrying money have at least three cars with fully armed personnel that will follow the car transporting money?"
Aaron Lear Mwafulirwa threw shade:
"ANC is enjoying this."
Cornelia Peens wrote:
"Sorry for the loss, rest in peace condolences to the family."
Dominic Wellings Odemwingie was sad:
"Polokwane and Mpumalanga know this job very well but sad for killing someone."
Mob justice gang answers for brutally beating man
Seven vigilantes, including a pensioner, took it upon themselves to dole out mob justice for the alleged livestock theft.
On Saturday, 1 July, the residents of Maraganeng village gathered at a local soccer field after a livestock owner had allegedly lost his cattle.
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Source: Briefly News