Flower shop robbed

2017-06-20 06:01

Lansdowne police are investigating a robbery at a flower shop in Old Strandfontein Road after four armed men took cash and cellphones on Wednesday.

At 11:50 the complainant was busy with customers when the robbers entered the store and demanded cash.

They took cellphones from the customers and tied one of them up before fleeing the scene.

The woman who was tied up said she was busy with the boot of her car when a man came up to greet her.

He then asked her if she had a cellphone and while she was making sense of what he was asking, he pointed a firearm at her and then tied her up.

He searched her handbag and took her make-up, car keys and cellphone, leaving her helpless.

This is the second time the shop has been robbed in the span of a month.

A case of business robbery was opened for investigation.

No injuries were sustained and no arrests have been made.

V Anyone with information is urged to call Lansdowne detectives on 021 700 9000 or 082 576 2804.


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