SAPS need murder information

2016-12-06 06:01

PINETOWN police station detectives are asking the public for information that could help them solve a case of murder and armed robbery.
On Monday 7 November at 12.50pm a businessman was going to the bank when he was accosted by three gunmen inside Umdoni Centre in Crompton Street, Pinetown.
The victim was allegedly robbed of an undisclosed amount of cash and was also shot and later died in hospital.
The suspects allegedly fled in a grey VW Polo with unknown registration plates.

Anyone who can assist with information­ must contact the investigating officer at the Pinetown police station, Detective Captain Themba Nkomo on 031 325 5032, 083 775 5557 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.
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