Five arrested for armed robbery

2018-11-21 06:00

THE Mountain Rise Police Serious Violent and Crime Unit together with the K9 Unit successfully arrested five men who robbed a woman on Thursday morning at Buzz Motors in Raisethorpe.

The five men approached the woman in the early hours of the morning and threatened her with a firearm, robbing her of R900 and three cellphones she had in her possession.

After viewing CCTV footage from the business and speaking to witnesses, the police managed to arrest the five men from the Khan Road Informal Settlement and Springvale Road Informal Settlements. The men were detained at the Mountain Rise Police Station and appeared in court on Monday. —Supplied.


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