Shooting incident report delay queried

2016-07-21 06:00

The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) is getting impatient with delays in the case involving the “mistaken” shooting to death of Nando’s and McDonald’s employees in March.

“This cannot be delayed any longer,” said Ipid spokesperson Robbie Raburabu on Tuesday.

He said the police officers involved have yet to give statements. He said they had asked early in the process to do this through legal representatives.

Two employees of the McDonald’s Kuils River franchise were mistakenly shot and killed by police in March. “The bottom line is it must be investigated.” Western Cape police declined to comment on Ipid’s claim. – News24

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