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Mzansi is in disbelief after a Security guard was found to be involved in what happened in Witbank

South Africans are left completely shocked by Police in Witbank arresting a Security guard after investigation revealed that he assisted robbers in committing a robbery of cash which was collected from various businesses.


According to the saps news report, two security guards where given a task to go and collect cash from various businesses in Witbank after they were done with collecting cash one security guard was held hostage at gunpoint by two robbers, the suspects took the cash and firearms from the two security guards then fled the scene in a white VW Polo.

Police went on to investigate the matter and began to realize that the information one of the security guards was not adding up, it then came out that the security guard was involved in the plot to commit the robbery and he was arrested by police yesterday 20 October 2021, the security guard revealed the whereabouts of the two suspects who committed the robbery and they were also arrested in Vosman.

Two firearms where found in their possession and it is suspected that one of the firearms was stolen during the robbery, the security will be appearing in the Emalahleni Magistrate's Court today, Thursday, 21 October 2021 to face charges of defeating the ends of justice and conspiracy to commit a robbery.

The two suspects aged 40 and 28 will also appear in the Emalahleni Magistrate's Court today to face charges of robbery, being in possession of a stolen firearm, being in possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition.

Further ballistic testing will be done on the firearms to determine if they have been used in other crimes, if more information comes that the firearms where used in other crimes more charges will be added on their cases.


Source:https://www.saps.gov.za/newsroom/msspeechdetail.php?nid=35927

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