KZN man stabbed to death during armed robbery

2016-06-02 22:05
(Amanda Khoza, News24)

(Amanda Khoza, News24)

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Durban - A man believed to be in his early fifties died after he was stabbed multiple times by four armed men in Columbine Drive, Glen Anil on Thursday, a security company spokesperson said. 

The man was fatally stabbed in what is thought to have been a business robbery, Marshall Security's Kyle van Reenen said.

According to Netcare911 spokesperson Chris Botha, paramedics arrived at the scene in an industrial area and found the man lying on the ground. 

The suspects had fled the scene.

Van Reenen said it was still not clear what had been stolen.

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