Man vir selfoon geskiet

2018-02-15 06:01

’n Man wat glo Saterdagaand in Jeffreysbaai geweier het om sy selfoon aan twee rowers te oorhandig, is in die bors geskiet.

Dié 32-jarige slagoffer was Maandag steeds in ’n stabiele toestand in die hospitaal, sê sers. Majola Nkohli, ’n polisiewoordvoerder.

Volgens die polisie het twee mans die man en sy vriendin in Loodspark by C-Plek in die bekende vakansiedorp voorgekeer.

Een van die twee mans was gewapen en het die paartjie se selfone geëis. Die man het hom blykbaar verset en hy is in die bors geskiet. Die twee rowers het die paartjie se selfone gegryp en weggehardloop.

Nkohli sê die man is na ’n hospitaal geneem.

Die polisie het Dinsdag steeds gesoek na die twee rowers.

Die polisie ondersoek sake van poging tot moord en roof met verswarende omstan-dighede.

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