Bedforview robbers attack Good Samaritan who came to their aid

2015-10-01 19:47
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Johannesburg - A security guard who unknowingly tried to help house robbers after they were involved in a car accident, was himself a victim of crime when they hijacked him of his official vehicle. 

The Lion Gate security guard had rushed to the aid of the three men after their white BMW crashed at the corner of Kloof and Van Buuren roads in Bedfordview.

They returned the favour by shooting at him, dumping their car and taking off in his vehicle.

The guard was uninjured in the incident.

Minutes earlier, the gang had entered a house in Bedforview where they found the domestic worker inside.

They took jewellery belonging to her employer before fleeing the scene.

She too was unharmed. 

Dlamini said the suspects were still at large. 

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