At Duffs Road, there was a shooting.
SAPS officers reacted to a shooting incident on Duffs Road, where three men allegedly fired rounds at a security guards unit while equipped with firearms. Even though it is unclear what led to the incident, it is clear that the suspects appeared intent on carrying out the robbery and did everything in their power to reach these people. It is also unclear what exactly led to the shooting, which lasted for a short time before the suspects fled.
The suspects opened fire on a VW POLO being driven by an Indian woman and fired a shot from the passenger window at the Indian woman, but she was hit and died as a result of the bullets.
Shot in the upper chest, she was found to be in her late 30s and living in Phoenix, Arizona. For the accused to shoot the poor woman, there was no purpose for robbery or carjacking, in fact, there was no justification at all for them to do so.
The suspects fled to the KwaMashu hostel after discovering that all of their possessions were in her possession. A bullet-riddled VW Polo was located by the police after conducting investigations and the vehicle was taken back to her home by South African Police Services in the region.
There is a suspicion that this crime isn't just a simple heist, and the police have initiated an investigation that will lead to the arrest of those involved.
Anyone with information that could lead to the arrest of the culprit is invited to come forward because it is believed that the problem is more serious than they originally thought.
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