SIX Money On the way HEIST SUSPECTS IN COURT!
SIX speculates older among 36 and 48 are showed up in the Ubombo Judges Court on Thursday, 30 September for a coins on the way heist that passed off in Mkhuze, KZN on Monday, 27 September.
Commander Simphiwe Mhlongo said: "It is expressed that a money van come to go at the N2 near Mkhuze while it became trapped via obscure suspects.
"They thumped it off the road and a rigid of suspects supposedly moved toward it and terminated pictures at the safety officers, harming one in every one of them. They denied them of their supplier guns and utilized explosives to blow the returned of the van."
Source SIX Money On the way HEIST SUSPECTS IN COURT! (dailysun.co.za)
He said the suspects ran away from the area with an undisclosed amount of cash.
"An instance of coins on the way heist was expressed at Mkhuze police headquarters and the case agenda changed into distributed to Birds of prey members from Genuine Coordinated Wrongdoing Examination. In the early long stretches of Tuesday morning, six suspects have been captured at Esikhaleni area," Mhlongo added
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