Cash in Transit, pistol Robbed in Waterloo – KZN

The Reaction Unit South Africa has received the reports of a cash-in-transit robbery in Waterloo – KZN around mid-day.

Cash in Transit, pistol Robbed in Waterloo - KZN, Image: facebook
Cash in Transit, pistol Robbed in Waterloo - KZN, Image: facebook

South Africa: The Reaction Unit South Africa has received the reports of a cash-in-transit robbery in Waterloo – KZN. The incident happened around noon on Thursday. The Reaction Unit officers shared that several boxes of cash and a 9mm pistol were stolen during the incident.

After the incident, the people of the country reached out to the police force to report the incident. According to the reaction officers, they received multiple calls from the public who were asking them to provide assistance.

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Allegedly, three (3) armed suspects stopped and intimidated a G4S Security Officer shortly after he exited a KFC store. The Reaction Unit dispatched all the officers who were available at the scene of the crime.

According to the officers, they reached the scene of crime in Waterloo – KZN at approximately 13:24 hours. The officials then reached out to the security officer who had been threatened and asked him for details.

The security officer informed the Reaction Unit that he loaded money boxes into a shopping trolley and was taking the cash to the armoured vehicle. This is when he was confronted by the robbers.

They took the security officer’s pistol from him and took control of the trolley of cash. The security officer was not able to tell what vehicle the suspects had used for their getaway. Meanwhile, he informed that his weapon was a Norinco pistol.

The reaction unit of South Africa has established that the victim was not injured in the robbery attempt. The lack of injury on the person of the security officer makes several persons believe that it was an inside job.

Meanwhile, some of the social media users have also appreciated the security officer for his self-preservation instinct. They believe that it was right to not fight back and protect himself as he could even have lost his life if he struggled.

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Further, people have also expressed their distaste for the administration’s actions when it comes to tackling crime. The social media users said, there is more to come. This province is going backwards fast. The funny thing is that nothing is being done about crime and murders in KZN.

“The leaders are on Autopilot mode” said a social media user.