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Saturday, 11 February 2012

Relief following death of Rolex gang leader

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Discovery Health Chief Executive Officer and Rolex gang victim Adrian Gore hopes the death of the group's leader Kelvin Ludidi will signal the end of the attacks on owners of the expensive watches.

Gore is one of several people in Gauteng who have been targeted by the gang over the past few years.

Ludidi was shot and killed by police in Midrand on Thursday.

Gore says police should be applauded for their efforts to fight this type of crime.

“It’s never nice to hear of people get shot and killed, but at the end of the day, we need to bring violent crimes to an end.”

Gore was robbed of his Rolex watch outside his Houghton home in 2009.

Among the gangs other victims are socialite Edith Venter and well-known divorce attorney Billy Gundelfinger.

Police are still searching for another man, who managed to escape, from the scene of the shootout. :Text may be subject to copyright.This blog does not claim copyright to any such text. Copyright remains with the original copyright holder

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