Two folk were arrested for allegedly searching to lift a procuring mall.
- Six men reportedly stormed a store in Cresta Mall, Randburg, on Monday morning.
- The suspects fled the shop without taking the rest after the staff started screaming for relief.
- Security guards gave bolt and, with the police, managed to arrest two of them.
Two men were arrested after an alleged failed theft strive at a store in Cresta Mall, Randburg, on Monday morning.
Per the police, six armed suspects entered the shop and allegedly pointed firearms at staff but fled quickly after without taking the rest after the staff screamed for relief.
Security guards spoke back to the calls for relief and chased the suspects who fled on foot right into a native commercial complex in Fairlands.
“The suspects hijacked two autos contained within the commercial complex, but they were cornered by the police and security guards sooner than they could well just force out,” police spokesperson Captain Mavela Masondo stated in an announcement.
Two suspects, aged 42 and 48, were arrested while the others managed to flee.
An unlicenced firearm became as soon as recovered on the scene.
No accidents were reported.
Somebody with information that can relief apprehend the opposite suspects can call their nearest police effect or Crime Close on 08600 10111.
– Compiled by Alex Mitchley