Cape Town man shot, robbed after being followed from bank

2016-03-04 22:30
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Cape Town – A man was shot and wounded in an armed robbery after he was followed from a bank in Ndabeni on Friday, Western Cape police have said.

Captain FC Van Wyk confirmed that the 63-year-old was attacked in Product Street at 10:20.

Three men in a white Toyota Yaris accosted the victim and shot him after taking an undisclosed amount of cash, he said.

“Upon fleeing from the scene the suspects also shot and injured a 60-year-old security guard,” he said.

Both gunshot victims were treated at the scene and taken to hospital for further care.

Police are investigating two attempted murder cases and one of armed robbery, Van Wyk said.

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