WATCH | Brazen thieves snatch laptops and cellphones from Vodacom store in Pretoria

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Police are searching for a number of suspects caught on CCTV cameras robbing a Vodacom store in Pretoria on 19 November.
Police are searching for a number of suspects caught on CCTV cameras robbing a Vodacom store in Pretoria on 19 November.
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Police are searching for suspects who were caught on CCTV robbing a Vodacom store in Pretoria on November 19.

Footage of the robbery was shared on social media and the suspects can be seen grabbing various electronic devices on display, including laptops on nearby desks.

According to police spokesperson Captain Mavela Masondo, the incident occurred around 18:00 at Hatfield Plaza.

"The complainant received a call from a security company informing him that there was a break-in at his shop. On his arrival, he found the door forced opened," he said.

No arrests have been made and police are appealing to anyone who has information to report to their nearest police station.

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