ROBBER ARRESTED CASH RECOVERED
Members pursued & stopped a suspicious VW Polo driving in Springs, the suspects that were travelling inside the vehicle immediately jumped out and fled. Police also got out of their own vehicle and chased the suspects, they managed to arrest one of them and recovered the cash that was stolen. The suspects had robbed an elderly lady of cash earlier, police are also suspecting that the vehicle could have been hijacked so they are trying to get more information on that.
Police are still looking for the remaining suspects and they are urging members of the public with any information that could lead to the subsequent arrest of the suspects to come forward. These criminals are cowards and they attack the most vulnerable people, they were not even guilty of robbing such an elderly lady and felt as if they had scored. This is the main reason why the government should do something about criminals apart from just arresting them.
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