Oscar Pistorius' aunt robbed at gunpoint

By YOU
02 February 2017

Oscar Pistorius's aunt was held up at gunpoint on Wednesday afternoon at her home.

Spokesman for the Pistorius family Johan van Wyk confirmed to YOU that the wife of Oscar's Uncle Arnold, Lois (59), was attacked at her home in Pretoria by intruders.

Her housekeeper and a security guard were also held up by the gunmen.

The incident occurred at the Pistorius home in Waterkloof, Pretoria, where Oscar lived while out on parole from Kgosi Mampuru prison.

Johan told YOU Lois was returning from a shopping trip and waiting for the garage door to open when the robbers struck.

One of the robbers threatened her and demanded her jewelry.

He took her purse, which was on the passenger seat.

Two of his accomplices allegedly kept her housekeeper and security guard in the yard.

The trio then fled into a waiting car. Lois' cell phone was allegedly found at the Fountains Circle.

The police's Captain Mavela Masondo said there is the possibility the men followed Lois home.

Additional source: citizen.co.za

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