The South African police service has been working very hard to make sure that law and order is maintained in our different communities despite the persistent attitude of foreigners who constitute most of the criminal activities happening in South Africa.
The Gauteng highway patrol, Johannesburg metropolitan police department and EMPD swiftly responded to the call and foiled the attempted robbery. Three unlicensed firearms and live ammunition were retrieved from the suspects.
Three of the suspects were arrested while the other two that sustained injury during a shootout with the security operatives has been transferred to police healthcare facility where they are receiving treatment.
In a statement issued by 'Car Tracker SA' on it's official Twitter handle:
"Swift action by Gauteng Highway Patrol, JMPD K9 and EMPD resulted in a foiled business robbery and seizure of 3 unlicensed firearms and ammunition in Roodepoort
3 suspects from zimbabwe were arrested while the other two are from Somalia.
2 suspects were wounded and are currently under police guard at a medical facility."
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