R95m recovered in fumbled heists over the latest nine months in Gauteng.
An archive photo of the messy wrongdoing area on Guide book road in Boksburg where cash vans were assaulted.
Have you anytime thought about what measure of money is recovered in mishandled cash in transit heists or when suspects in these heists are caught?
According to the Gauteng Part of Neighborhood R95 million has been recovered in heists done across the district over the latest nine months.
MEC Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane's office gave a breakdown of the bits of knowledge.
- A total of 96 cash in transit heists have happened in Gauteng between August 2017 and 22 May 2018.
- There have recently been catches in 11 cases.
- 26 suspects have been caught.
- by far most of the guilty parties use prominent firearms.
Source : https://www.sowetanlive.co.za/news/south-africa/2018-05-29-r95m-recovered in-wrecked heists-over the-latest nine-months-in-gauteng/
Five asserted money coming (CIT) thieves were shot dead during a shoot-out with police in Johannesburg on Wednesday. This is the area of an earlier CIT theft.
Five people from an alleged cash in transit gang have been killed in a shoot-out with police.
The scene happened when police reacted to a cash coming (CIT) heist at Dawn Park near Springs, on the East Rand, on Wednesday morning.
Two other asserted criminals were caught.
Source : https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2020-09-23-five-asserted cit-thieves shot-dead-in-struggle with-police/
Cash in transit van besieged in Limpopo
Another cash in transit vehicle has been detonated in Limpopo.
Limpopo heist R71
An ensured Faithfulness Security vehicle was assigned on the R71 among Tzaneen and Gravelotte very quickly Tuesday morning.
Limpopo police agent Moatshe Ngoepe has asserted an undisclosed proportion of money was taken.
Police say the R71 will be closed for the accompanying four hours while police lead an on-scene criminological assessment.
A tantamount heist was represented in Lebowakgomo in Limpopo first thing in July.
Eight suspects had been caught
Source :https://www.ecr.co.za/news/news/robbers blow-cash-travel van/
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