Two suspects were shot lifeless in a foiled robbery near Chris Hani Mall in Vosloorus Johannesburg. The 1/3 suspect has been suggested to have succumbed to the gunshot wounds he suffered at some point of the attempted theft at a nearby health center.
One suspect is currently arrested after a set of four armed robbers had planned to rob a sufferer who had just withdrawn cash from one of the local banks. The incident happened in Kgotso in Thursday afternoon on the corner of Kgotso and Masakhane streets.
Upon the arrest of the suspects, firearms, ammunition and vehicles have been seized after the Hawks had correctly done the operation. Information became received via the participants of a deliberate robbery which the suspects have been going to carry out.
The hawks set them up and the robbers spotted and unmarked police car while they had been nonetheless parked inside the car parking zone. They started out firing photographs toward the police as they'd panicked and a high speed chase ensued.
A gunfire trade occurred and the chase came to a halt after the suspects vehicle crashed into a parked car that became at the side of the street near Hunters discipline stadium.
Two suspects had already succumbed to gunshot accidents at the time of the collision even as the driving force become severely wounded. The driving force of the second one automobile a Hyundai turned into intercepted and detained.
Both automobiles if the suspects were mentioned to had been hijacked and the surviving suspect is predicted to appear before the courtroom in Palm ridge on Monday.
He could be facing fees of conspiracy to devote theft, ownership of unlicensed firearms and ammunition, and attempted murder.
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