Robbers hit copesville home again

2014-11-21 00:00

AFTER guns were held to his children’s heads last month, robbers returned to Don Naidoo’s Copesville home twice in two consecutive nights.

Naidoo described how after their terrible ordeal last month, when gunmen ransacked their home, robbers tried to gain entry into his house on both Tuesday and Wednesday night.

“They tried to kick down the door and kept shouting and screaming.”

He alleges that when the police arrived, the officer asked him, “What are they [the police] supposed to do now?

“We are really living in fear knowing that even the cops have left us helpless,” Naidoo said.

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