WATCH VIDEO: SECURITY GUARD SHOT & WOUNDED IN CASH-IN-TRANSIT HEIST, FORDSBURG

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WATCH VIDEO: SECURITY GUARD SHOT & WOUNDED IN CASH-IN-TRANSIT HEIST, FORDSBURG
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9 Apr 2018, Fordsburg, Johannesburg: A G4S Security Guard was shot and injured during a cash-in-transit on the corners of Mint and Dolly Radebe Streets in Fordsburg earlier on Monday. (Photos in Gallery below)

Police are currently on-scene and searching for a number of suspects following a cash-in-transit heist near the Oriental Plaza in Johannesburg. An unknown number of Suspects fled from the scene with an unknown amount of cash.

In the video footage below one can see how the G4S vehicle bumps into the getaway vehicle, a White SUV. It should have a broken front L/H light.

Watch Video Below:

Video from another angle:

This is a developing story & more details will follow as soon as it becomes available.


MOST WANTED SUSPECT SOUGHT BY SA POLICE:

The South African Police Service in Apel outside Lebowakgomo have launched a massive manhunt for a highly wanted suspect who is being sought for a series of serious and violent crimes ranging from murder, armed robbery to attempted murder.

Karel Nchabeleng (photo below) aged 26 who is the prime suspect in the above mentioned cases is also linked to several other cases of armed robberies and hijackings. He was terrorising members of the community in and around Apel Policing area for some time.

He was previously arrested but absconded where a warrant of arrest was issued against him by the Sekhukhune Magistrate’s Court.

Anyone with information which can assist the Police to arrest this suspect, may contact Sergeant Christopher Choshi at 073 735 6525 or 015 622 0597 or the Crime Stop at 08600 10111 or SMS Crime Line at 32211 or the nearest Police Station.

The Police investigations are still continuing.


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