Robbers nabbed while holding up Joburg homeowner

2015-06-10 09:34
SA Police on the scene of a house robbery in Crosby, Johannesburg. (SAPS, Facebook)

SA Police on the scene of a house robbery in Crosby, Johannesburg. (SAPS, Facebook)

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Johannesburg - Three armed robbers were arrested while holding up a homeowner in Crosby, Johannesburg, on Wednesday morning, Gauteng police said.

Members of the Brixton flying squad abandoned their early morning parade to rush to the house, where they broke down the garage door to gain entry and arrest the three, Colonel Lungelo Dlamini said.

The trio had handcuffed the owner, who was preparing to take their children to school.

Three firearms and the robbers’ car were confiscated.

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