Community members residing at ext 78 in Polokwane (Limpopo Province) released their anger on an alleged illegal Zimbabwean man for being part of a group that robs and kills people in the area, the other four suspects managed to run away and escape the assault.
According to Flyingnewslive news report, earlier today, Monday, 16 May 2022 five male suspects were spotted by community members from ext 78 in Polokwane (Limpopo Province) after they allegedly committed a robbery, community members chased after them and managed to catch one suspect, while the other four escaped.
They viciously assaulted the suspect before calling police for assistance, police arrived at the scene and apprehended the critically injured man, community members expressed that this group of illegal Zimbabwean men go around robbing and killing people in the area.
They've also expressed their frustrations about police not working hard enough to deal with the high crime rate in the area.
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