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Monday, 29 September 2008

Joburg armed gangs ransacked the store while others stood guard outside


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Six men who posed as police officers were arrested after robbing a Game store in the Joburg city centre.Police spokesperson Captain John Maluleke said the armed gang of 10 entered the store via a gate used by security guards on Saturday night.
Two identified themselves to the guards as police officers investigating a theft complaint. While the guards were busy verifying the complaint, four armed men came in and demanded that they lie down.The robbers tied them up with shoelaces and electrical cord. Six security guards who came to relieve their colleagues were also tied up. Some of the robbers started ransacking the store while others stood guard outside.Police swooped on the gang while the robbery was in progress. They recovered some of the stolen goods and an undisclosed amount of money.
Four suspects are still at large, but six who were arrested are expected to appear in the Johannesburg magistrate's court soon.A hair salon owner is due to appear in the same court on charges of raping an employee. The 33-year-old man was arrested at his salon in Newtown, Joburg, on Friday for allegedly raping his employee, aged 27, over four months.In another incident, eight armed gang members made off with an undisclosed amount of money after robbing the Pick n Pay in the Springs Palm mall in Springs at the weekend.


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