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South Africans busted for Westlane robbery

15/11/2017
by   Staff Writer
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The Namibian Police already has suspects in custody, less than 24 hours since a daring gang of armed robbers hit a G4S cash in transit vehicle at Westlane yesterday.

"Five suspects have been arrested in connection with this case (3 South Africa's, 1 Zimbabwean and one male whose nationality is not yet established). N$336000-00 & US$4500-00 have been recovered. The get away car and a Range Rover they used has been impounded....
This is a great success, the Police acted swiftly and worked around the clock to ensure thst the suspects are arrested. Please Commend the police," Nampol spokesperson Chief Inspector Kauna Shikwambi told The Villager.

Namibian Marshall Ranger Sheriff Sean Naude said, "It was an inside job, the South Africans and the guards working together, while waiting for G4S truck one of the robbers bought airtime at the vending machine, voucher number was traced to cellphone number and they traced cellphone."