It is alleged that a small army of thugs who were fully equipped with guns that included, among others, high calibre rifles, pounced at a gas station at Bindzulani business Center close to Nkowankowa in Greater Tzaneen.
The security officers found themselves staring at the barrels of multiple guns. They were instructed to hand over everything. At the point when he appeared to object he was shot once in the shoulder at close quarters. The thugs dispossessed the injured guard and fled. The guard sustained serious gunshot injuries.
The heist was so planned that part of the gang was positioned in various strategic points to defend their criminal activity. They were ready for anything. It is unfortunate because this one is the second heist o take place in the vicinity within a month.
With the police hard on their heels, the gang is still at large.
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