Watch! Fake Cash-In-Transit Guards Fetch Money From Shopping Centre And Drive Away Easily. Five guys reportedly posed as cash-in-transit guards at New Redruth, Alberton in Johannesburg.
Five guys reportedly posed as cash-in-transit guards at New Redruth, Alberton in Johannesburg. The men collected money and precious items. The men are alleged to have stolen from a Pick n Pay shop at the New Redruth shopping centre. A CCTV video recording was released on the internet.
The CCTV video recording poortays two guys that were wearing cash-in-transit guard clothes. The two guys went to a white Volkswagen Caravelle that had tinted windows. They went away with South African Social Security Agency money that they took. The men carried the operation without making any noise, it seems as if the people at the shop were suspicious after they saw the vehicle the men went into. Crime activist Yusuf Abramjee says the men pretended to be fidelity workers.
Twitter reacted to the video recording of the men stealing the money. One tweep says, “Gotta give it to them, they even kept the act getting into the car.” Some tweeps were happy that no one got killed. One tweep says, “I honestly love how they made a plan and worked it out smoothly without hurting/ killing anyone.” One tweep says, “No one killed…Master minds.” One tweep says, “This is [a] scam not even a robbery…these kings went and fetched [their] money.
BOLO: #CIT #Robbery – Bogus pickup. Perpetrators arrived at site, pretended to be Fidelity staff and collected SASSA cash.
*Pick 'n Pay, New Redruth Village, St. Austell st., New Redruth, Alberton.
White VW Caravelle – tinted windows ND…5 men all dressed in Fidelity uniforms. pic.twitter.com/ncBdOdZQMi
— Yusuf Abramjee (@Abramjee) February 2, 2020
by Alexandra Ramaite