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Police hunt farm robbers

2012-11-03 16:05

Johannesburg - Free State police were looking for three men who robbed a Vredefort farmer of his house furniture and bakkie, the SABC reported on Saturday.

Police spokesperson Mahlomola Karedi said the farmer was preparing to leave his home on Saturday when the armed men attacked him.

"He was assaulted and tied up with a wire, he also sustained minor injuries."

The attackers loaded the man's furniture in the bakkie, took two of his pistols and fled.

Police were investigating a case of armed robbery.

Comments
  • richard.turner.7792052 - 2012-11-03 16:09

    And Zuma, all is well in your kingdom right? Your a blerrie fool man.

  • morne.demeillon - 2012-11-03 16:20

    Hello South Africa! Tell me how you doing!?

      jannie.kotze.7 - 2012-11-03 17:29

      As usual, Zoompie is still lying and said he and the cANCer is not corrupt. Dick-tator (Spear-tator) as before, building his Zoomavillage with R238m tax payers money, but call it his private residence. Once a scum always a scum.

  • dbo.kacebisa - 2012-11-03 16:22

    Now lets hear from all of you who see race instead crime....this is you moment but before you call me names dont forget crime affect us all

      stewart.laidlaw.5 - 2012-11-03 16:33

      I see they did not burn him with a iron or scolding water. SPEAKS VOLUMES.

  • terrylee.heuer - 2012-11-03 16:29

    And a farmer was shot 5 times on his farm just outside Jhb in front of his wife and mother!!!

  • keith.ngobeni - 2012-11-03 16:34

    Thank God he got away with his life! Material things are nothing compared to life, as long as he's still alive he will regain what has been stolen to him and it will come back double/triple because God will be the one who's returning those items.

  • Gatvol Griet - 2012-11-03 16:58

    Wow! It's getting so bad it makes the news that police ARE doing their jobs, sometimes...

  • jannie.kotze.7 - 2012-11-03 17:24

    Furniture for the upgraded Nkandla.

  • Elvis Mahlangu - 2012-11-03 18:05

    @Richard, are u blaming the president again. crime affects us all. i lost a friend who was hijacked shot and killed. must i blame the President, don't be so narrow minded mann.

      king.rasta.583 - 2012-11-03 18:22

      well said ELVIE everything they blame President'coz is black.the black president will rull until Jesus comes amen.

  • carolyn.dewrance - 2012-11-03 19:38

    Zuma is this the African way??

  • josie.russell.10 - 2012-11-03 20:38

    AND SO IT STARTS

  • mikaelapace - 2012-11-05 09:23

    I urge everyone to take a minute of their time at look at the Victim Support Network on Facebook available at www.facebook.com/victimsupportnetwork. This is a fantastic forum for all South Africans, victims of any crime-related incident and non-victims alike, to benefit from the resources available on this page, voice your opinions and/or experiences and to learn and help others learn from incidents like these. This is really unfortunate and most of all it should not carry on. Let's get together and help make criminals lives intolerable.

  • Catherine - 2012-11-21 15:25

    As usual they are cowards. Allways gang attacking people

  • alexandra.edwards.944 - 2013-01-17 19:05

    Yeah the SAPS are hunting what a joke. I had a few robberies at my shop in Vredefort, had a good idea who it was and the cops did nothing until we caught him red handed then they did something (TO PROTECT THE CRIMINAL). We just don't matter. To much work them to do not to mention all the paperwork

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