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Foiled Cash-In-Transit Heist Suspects Arrested Within Hours

Foiled Cash-In-Transit Heist Suspects Arrested Within Hours

KZN: THE DIRECTORATE FOR PRIORITY CRIME INVESTIGATION Well done to all the role-players involved in this matter. I hope that both the public and criminals see that KZN has an incredible success rate of stopping these priority crimes in their tracks. The Hawks, Crime Intelligence, Air Wing, Operational War Rooms, K9 Unit, Flying Squad, VCAT

KZN: THE DIRECTORATE FOR PRIORITY CRIME INVESTIGATION

Well done to all the role-players involved in this matter. I hope that both the public and criminals see that KZN has an incredible success rate of stopping these priority crimes in their tracks.

The Hawks, Crime Intelligence, Air Wing, Operational War Rooms, K9 Unit, Flying Squad, VCAT NPO, Snipr ANPR, CIT Companies and Community Structures are working in absolute synchronicity in KZN, and the results speak for themselves.

THANK YOU to all those that are investing their time, as well as those that can afford to help financially in: “Answering Government’s call to Community Action. Together SA CAN NPO”.

Brian Jones (SA7)
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01 AUGUST 2019

FOILED CASH-IN-TRANSIT HEIST SUSPECTS ARRESTED WITHIN HOURS     

KWAZULU-NATAL – Following a foiled cash-in-transit heist at a pension pay point in Hibberdene area today, where one guard lost his life and two were wounded, a multidisciplinary team’s efforts yielded results when four suspects were arrested at nearby Kwamadlala location.

The security guards were reportedly delivering cash in the area when a group of armed suspects suddenly fired several shots at them resulting in one security guard succumbing from his injuries on the scene whilst two were wounded. The driver of the armoured vehicle managed to speed off and the suspects fled the scene empty-handed.

A multidisciplinary team including the Hawks’ Serious Organised Crime Investigation unit, Tactical Response Team (TRT) and K9 units attended the crime scene and a joint operation was swiftly conducted, which resulted in the arrest of four suspects hours later.

An AK-47 and R4 rifles as well as a handgun were recovered. The recovered firearms will be sent for ballistic testing to ascertain if they were used in the commission of crime.

The Hawks’ investigations into this case are continuing, meanwhile the arrested suspects are expected to appear at the Hibberdene Magistrate’s Court soon.

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