Police in Mpumalanga have begun investigating an unknown number of suspects after a monetary robbery in N4, where two police officers and two guards were shot dead on Saturday.
Police say two Mercedes-Benz C-Class vehicles appear behind in a high-speed fall, and when the other tries to board one of Bucky, loyal cash with two Buckies driven by Ermelo and Hendrina. Said the van.
One driver of Bucky was unable to get out of the lane "There was then a shooting between the guards and some of the suspects, and the other [suspects] bombed the gold car," said Brigadier General Selby Morara, a police spokesman.
"Two guards were injured."
Midelberg Squadron police officers patrolling the N4 rushed to the scene while the shooting between the guards and the suspect was in progress.
"When they arrived, they were ambushed by another group of suspects aboard the Mazda iX35, injuring two police officers, but one fled unharmed. The suspect then fled with a gray Audi and Mazda ix35. "Police arrested a 44-year-old man after being found on the scene for a large sum of allegedly stolen money. Injured police and guards were taken to hospital for treatment.
Appeared in Emalahleni District Court Monday, charged with theft.
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