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Authorities haven’t disclosed the amount of cash that was robbed at a grocery store in Krugersdorp this previous weekend.

The surveillance footage that was taken on the grocery store reveals three unidentified males enter Max Cash & Carry early Saturday morning.

Based on Sergeant Tshepiso Mashele, the police’s spokesperson, at the time when the 71-year-old retailer proprietor was in his workplace, the three males entered the shop and held workers members at gunpoint.

Flash robbers knew the structure of the Krugersdorp grocery store

Certainly one of them held the shop owner and instructed him to provide them the cash. Based on Mashele,

“it is alleged that the suspect pointed at him with a firearm and demanded money. He gave the suspects money and they fled the scene in a silver Toyota Corolla with false registration numbers.”

Judging by the swiftness of their actions, it looks like the suspects knew precisely the place the cash was and the way many individuals had been on the retailer.

The lady seen sporting home uniform let loose a cry when she noticed one of many suspects with a gun pointed at her. She was rapidly contained and shoved away from the view of the door, whereas the second suspect went up the steps to confront the shop proprietor.

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Police plead with the general public to return ahead with info on theft

The police haven’t been in a position to uncover any proof that will assist them in figuring out the suspects.

The shop, situated on Ockerse Avenue, has remained open for enterprise. Information24 tried to contact the shop proprietor for remark; nonetheless, they had been directed to the police.

The police have issued a discover to the general public to return ahead with any info that may help them in figuring out the suspects. All info may be forwarded to the Krugersdorp SAPS on 011 951 1152 or Crime Cease on 08 600 10 111.

 

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