A South African national and Anti Crime activist Yusuf Abramjee posted a more footage from Hester #CIT Robbery heist in Riverlea in his Twitter account @Abramjee he quote " Here is note footage from scene of yesterday's #CIT Robbery in Riverlea JHB. Member of the public moved in after the robber left and contaminated the crime scene."
Source and Link: @Abramjee Twitter handle.This video footage shows as public or residents in Riverlea contaminated the crime scene and some was fight and struggling over the left over cash. The Robber boomed a van and robbed as they were quick to leave the scene.
The public Rush immediately at the scene to pick some left over Cash as residence that was near the crime scene when the robbers left was very lucky.
Many South Africans condemned the act of public contaminating the scene but we all know the economic situation in our country as Abramjee advice SANS to stage few meters away from crime scene prior to what happened over fallen petroleum truck.
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