Heideveld boy (4) recovers after shot Heideveld boy (4) recovers after shooting Heideveld boy (4) recovers after shooting

2015-08-04 06:00

A four-year-old Heideveld boy is recovering from a gun shot wound after being caught in alleged gang crossfire on Saturday.

The incident took place at Cockscomb Road where it is alleged that members of the Junky Funky gang and West Siders opened fire on one another.

Manenberg police spokesperson Lieutenant Ian Bennett says the boy was playing outside his home when the shooting started.

“When the child went inside the house the parent discovered that he had an injury on his back,” Bennett says.

“They rushed him to the Red Cross hospital for emergency medical treatment, where it was confirmed that the injury was caused by a bullet.”

Bennett says no arrests have been made and a case of attempted murder has been opened for investigation.

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Anyone with information regarding this incident can contact the Manenberg police on 021 699 9400 or Crime Stop on 0860 010 111.

A four-year-old Heideveld boy is recovering after being caught in alleged gang crossfire on Saturday.

The incident took place at Cockscomb Road where it is alleged that members of the Junky Funky gang and West Siders opened fire on one another.

Manenberg police spokesperson Lieutenant Ian Bennett says the boy was playing outside his home when the shooting started.

“When the child went inside the house the parent discovered that he had an injury on his back,” Bennett says.

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Anyone with information regarding this incident can contact the Manenberg police on 021 699 9400 or Crime Stop on 0860 010 111.

A four-year-old Heideveld boy is recovering from a gun shot wound after being caught in alleged gang crossfire on Saturday.

The incident took place at Cockscomb Road where it is alleged that members of the Junky Funky gang and West Siders opened fire on one another.

Manenberg police spokesperson Lieutenant Ian Bennett says the boy was playing outside his home when the shooting started.

“When the child went inside the house the parent discovered that he had an injury on his back,” Bennett says.

“They rushed him to the Red Cross hospital for emergency medical treatment, where it was confirmed that the injury was caused by a bullet.”

Bennett says no arrests have been made and a case of attempted murder has been opened for investigation.

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Anyone with information regarding this incident can contact the Manenberg police on 021 699 9400 or Crime Stop on 0860 010 111

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