No arrests yet for Cape Town Baby City blast

2014-11-20 11:41

Cape Town - Police have yet to arrest anyone for a blast at a Baby City branch in Parklands, Cape Town, early Thursday morning.

It is believed a drop safe at the store was bombed, Eyewitness News reported. The regional manager of the retail store confirmed the incident. An undisclosed amount of cash was taken, tweeted Cape Argus reporter, Kieran Legg. 

By 11:00 no arrests had been made, Western Cape police spokesperson Captain FC van Wyk told News24.

In June last year, the SA Banking Risk Information Centre (Sabric) estimated that each cash machine blown up cost between R50 000 and R300 000 in damages excluding any money taken, Sapa reported.

In total, this was about R1m in damages.

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