There is an alleged cash in transit robbery today. Cash In Transit Robberies are on the increase. These gangs are hitting cash vans almost every day. This was alledly reported by a Tweeter user.
People are hungry out there. Poverty and being unemployed is hell on earth. People have nothing to lose.
Someone on social media thinks it's ex-Soldiers gang from Africa and they are apprently very accurate and sharp with firearm, even the way they handle weapons you can see these people know what thy doing.As expected, we cannot be hosts to the entire Africa and expect everything to be running smooth especially with our non existence government who are quick to defend foreign nationals that are largely involved in most Cash In transit robberies.
Criminals are preying on us just like cheetahs chasing springboks 24/7, nowhere to hide, the government is doing nothing. Who are we to fight criminals, with what?
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