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08 September 2017

Rustenburg – On Monday, 4 September a G4S Cash In Transit (CIT) vehicle was robbed just outside Rustenburg on the R510 near the Monakato Village. 

The CIT heist took place after at least 7 shots were fired at the vehicle by occupants in a white Toyota SUV (possibly a Prado) with no registration plates. Even though their vehicle was blown up with explosives, the CIT guards kept their cool and informed the ground control team. 

The CIT company requested assistance from the SACCW (South African Community Crime Watch) Rustenburg Combined group. Furthermore, the SAPS Flying Squad, Marikana Police and PPS Brits were informed and went to assist. 

“The investigation is ongoing and we are very glad to report that no serious injuries were sustained,” brigadier Sabata Mokgwabone, police spokesperson said. The heist took place around 17h00 and an undisclosed amount of cash was stolen. “At this point, no arrests have been made.” The suspects fled in the direction of Brits on the N4
 

Rustenburg – On Monday, 4 September a G4S Cash In Transit (CIT) vehicle was robbed just outside Rustenburg on the R510 near the Monakato Village. 
The CIT van was blown up and several shots were fired at the van.
Some motorists stopped and helped themselves to some of the cash left behind.

 

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