WATCH: Gunman hurdles bank counter to grab cash in robbery

2016-12-16 20:13
The suspect jumping on a counter before grabbing a bag of money.

The suspect jumping on a counter before grabbing a bag of money.

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Durban - Durban police are investigating the bizarre series of events that lead to an AK47-wielding robber sprinting into a bank, grabbing a bag of cash and running out on Thursday.

Two police sources confirmed to News24 that a man had been walking to the FNB in Musgrave to deposit money when he realised he was being followed and if he did nothing, was soon to be the victim of a robbery.

The man broke into a run and rushed inside the bank, flinging the bag of money behind the enquiries counter.

A man brandishing a rifle was on his heels and without hesitating, jumped the counter to purloin the bag.

He made a hasty retreat.

Police spokespeople had not responded to questions at the time of publishing.


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