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Robbers hit cash in transit at Westlane

13/11/2017
by Staff Writer
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Namibian Police deputy commissioner Edwin Kanguatjivi has just confirm a robbery at Westlane shopping complex in Windhoek today.

Kanguatjivi told The Villager that the police is yet to confirm the amount that robbers got away with.

He said the robbers hit a security company that was transporting cash at the complex.
He could however not confirm which establishment the money belongs to.

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