Safeguard cash-in-transit vehicle robbed of US$35,000 and R350,000

POLICE have launched a manhunt for five unidentified armed men who yesterday morning pounced on a Safeguard cash-in-transit vehicle at Chivi Growth Point and got away with $US35 000, 350 000 rand and $ZW2000 cash.

The suspects, who were in an unmarked Toyota GD6 sky blue in colour, hit at the Safeguard crew at around 10 am at N Richards Wholesale where the later was about to deliver money to a Mukuru Send Money shop.

Police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi said investigations are underway.

“We are investigating an armed robbery incident that occurred at Chivi Growth Point where five armed man attacked a Safeguard crew and got away with $US35 000, 350 000 rand and $ZW2000 cash,” he said.

Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi

Unconfirmed reports suggest that the suspects were later spotted around the Mhandamabwe area in Chivi after the attack.

Of late, there has been a spike in armed robberies in the country. ■

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