A courier van robbery just took place in Johannesburg, the suspects pounced on the Courier van guards and took the items that were supposed to be taken for delivery...the items include headphones. But Fortunately then suspects were immediately given a chase by the police and security officers who eventually caught them, three suspects were arrested and three vehicles seized.
You can tell that nowadays suspects are well equipped and they make sure that they’ve got enough resources and they’re going to do a robbery, by then having three vehicles you can tell that they were prepared to load a lot of stuff and if police were to catch only one or two they wanted the other one to be able to escape with the rest of the stuff. But Fortunately police with ten steps ahead of the suspects and got to a rest all of them and seize all three vehicles. People are now mocking the suspects for stealing low quality headphones, they saying why would one get into trouble because of such.
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