Johannesburg - A baby was killed in Kagiso on the West Rand when it was trampled by a mob of stampeding looters, national police said on Saturday."A 13-month-old baby died during a looter's raid stampede at Kagiso yesterday (Friday) afternoon," said Lieutenant General Solomon Makgale.Looters who were robbing a spaza shop allegedly scattered when police arrived, he said.The mob ran into a young mother who was carrying the baby."In that commotion the baby fell and was trampled by the fleeing mob."The baby was certified dead on the scene by paramedics.A case of murder had been opened.Twenty-four people were arrested in Kagiso on Friday night following violence and looting of foreign owned shops.Looting of foreign-owned shops in Soweto began on Monday when a Somali man allegedly shot dead a 14-year-old boy accused of being part of a group trying to break into his store.Gauteng police commissioner Lieutenant General Lesetja Mothiba said the looting had since spread to Diepsloot, north of Johannesburg, and Kagiso.Sibiya said a 61-year-old bystander died when a foreigner fired at a crowd stoning his shop in Swaneville on Thursday night.The man was shot in the chest and died on arrival at hospital. No arrests had been made and a murder case had been opened.Also on Thursday, in Tshepisong, a man was wounded while allegedly trying to break into a spaza shop belonging to a foreigner.