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Bad News For South African Police Force After This was Reportedy Happened

Three robbers snatched administration guns, cellphones and a PC in the wake of hitting a police headquarters in the Western Cape on Saturday. 

Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union representative Richard Mamabolo said the equipped speculates moved toward two officials who were on the job at the local area administrations focus at the Sir Lowry's Pass satellite police headquarters and held them at gunpoint at 9pm. 

"They incapacitated the cops and escaped with two 9mm assistance guns, three cellphones and a PC," Mamabolo. 

Mamabolo said nobody was harmed during the occurrence. He added that there had been comparable episodes the nation over where police headquarters are focused on. 

"This audacious assault is important for a proceeded with grouping of assaults focused on at policemen across various regions, having left many officials either harmed or expired. They happen when the criminal equity group is confronted with numerous inward difficulties, including understaffing and the absence of adequate assets in productively overhauling networks, and hence further fuelling avoidable strains between the two," said Mamabolo. 

Any assault on police headquarters is an assault on the local area as it lessens the networks' and law implementation offices' ability to guard and ward off guiltiness... We approach citizenry to reveal insight into the conditions around this and other comparative assaults to carry the culprits to book."


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