Cashiers at Dusi Motors Boshoff Street, in the Pietermaritzburg CBD, where at at gun point on Friday night.
Petrol station manager Inos Dlamini say the three men drove into the petrol station around 7:30 p.m. and demanded cash from the two cashiers.
They went to the petrol till and pointed a gun at the cashier," said Dlamini.
He said they fired with about R25,000 in cash and packs of cigarettes.
"It all happened very quickly, and they were gone soon after that," said Dlamini.
He said there was also a customer inside the quick shop who was ordered to lay on the floor.
Dlamini say the incident was the first one of its kind in a while.
He said it left the cashiers is very frightened. Police also arrived shortly after the robbers fied.
Fortunately, no one was injured, and their efforts were in Vain as the safe was empty.
Pietermaritzburg police park spokesperson Captain Kholeka Mhlongo, said when The Robbers realised that the safe was empty, they went to the change rooms where they steal cell phones and clothes belonging to the employees.
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