Robbers gun down a victim after he refused to hand over his cell phone: scene took place at Corner Presents and God streets in Johannesburg CBD. Another scene caught by CCTV the video will be handy in identifying the suspect who attempted to Robb the guy and shoot him after refusing with his personal phone.
3 suspects are armed and generous, these suspect spotted a guy standing next to a shop on his phone then he was a target they surrounded the victim at gun point but the victim refused to hand over his cell phone.
At Close rage they shot the victim then he fall on the ground, the video does not show after the scene had occurred but hopefully the victim survived the close rage shots.
Police will have to use the video to identify this 3 suspect because the road is unsafe for people living in that area with this armed and dangerous man on the run
Advice to people if you find yourself under this situation do not panic and just comply because you will lose your life over something you can recover back or replace.
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