2 KZN cops injured in shootout with robbers

2016-10-01 14:43
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Durban - Two KZN police officers have been injured after a shootout with robbers in KwaDukuza on Saturday morning, IPSS Medical Rescue said.

"A number of armed people went in and robbed [lending company]… Supreme Finance," said the rescue company’s Dylan Meyrick.

"When they came out, they were surprised by the police and a shootout occurred."

He said the police officers were not seriously injured.

A manhunt was currently underway with a police helicopter circling the area around King Shaka Street where the robbery occurred.

He said it was alleged that the robbers got away with hundreds of thousands of rands.

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