Must see: CIT suspects bombed the money truck at Emoyeni mall, Nelspruit.
By Thee_Hub | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 0 views
A Cash-In-Transit took place at Emoyeni Mall in Nelspruit today, 18 February 2021. Information regarding the suspects and how much they took is still sketchy at the moment but the cash van was bomb which gives a hint that it was successful, anyone with info is urged to inform the police. A lot of people were asking why CIT robberies take place in South Africa but not other African countries, is it because we have most African people in the country or the government who is busy concentrating on nothing but looting.
In the picture residents of that place are seen taking the remaining cash from the van, this shows two things...the lawlessness and poverty. Some action needs to be taken so that all this will come to an end, these robberies happen everyday...you can tell that its as easy as shopping to these suspects. Police and these Cash van businesses need to see to it that they do something regarding this issue.
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