A member of the Boko Haram was shot and killed in Mamelodi, it is suspected that this could be gang related hit even though police have not managed to arrest the suspects behind this murder. They are urging members of the public with any information that could lead to the arrest of the suspects to come forward, the suspects are probably in hiding waiting for the matter to cool off before doing more things.
Most of the times gang related hits are the ones where the hitmen make sure that the victim does not survive the attack, from the way they shot the victims vehicle you can tell that they did not want him to even stand a chance of survival and wanted to make sure that he dies on the spot.
People who were at the murder scene immediately contacted emergency services but unfortunately when police and paramedics arrived the victim had already died. The suspects had also fled using the gateway vehicle, police are still looking for them and want to make sure that justice will be served for the victim and his family.
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