Robbery: Inter africa bureau de change Beitbridge Border Musina. Large sum of cash stolen.
The robbery took place in broad daylight and it shows the suspects accessing the premises after being allowed in by the two staff members who were inside, they simply allowed them to get inside the cash depot and it is unclear if they were being pointed by firearms however it was possible for them to take cover and not open for the suspects.
However, one of the ladies chose to bypass the security access and then open the premises for her which completely looks suspicious and made a lot of people think that this was possibly an inside job.
The suspects then proceeded to take one of the security guards who was outside the premises and then they dragged him inside, then they proceeded to loot the cash depot and then they fled the scene in an unknown direction.
The robbery has completely shocked many people and they are suspecting foul play because it completely looks too easy to have been perpetrated, however that is the case and people are just wondering to themselves if the investigations are going to be conducted in order to see if they did indeed do the crime.
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