Police in Gauteng have mobilised resources to apprehend a group of heavily armed suspects following a Cash-In-Transit (CIT) heist on the Putfontein road, Ekurhuleni on the morning of 5 April 2023.
This incident has claimed the lives of two innocent male bystanders who were randomly shot at by the armed gangs.
Another male bystander was also wounded and taken to a nearby hospital for medical care.
Members of the public are therefore warned to avoid the Putfontein road in Crystal Park as this is still an active crime scene.
The SAPS has mobilised its crime scene experts including the SAPS bomb disposal unit to investigate, while a multidisciplinary team has been dispatched to search for the armed suspects.
Police have already recovered three getaway vehicle’s which include a burnt out gold BMW sedan, a silver sedan and a white Audi A1. An undisclosed amount of money has been taken.
Anyone with information on this particular scene is urged to contact the Station Commander of Crystal Park, Lieutenant Colonel Ramlal on 082 822 8315.
Anonymous tip offs can also be relayed through the Crime Stop number 08600 10111.
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