Chinese shop robbed at gunpoint in Tlokweng


Police in Tlokweng have launched a search party for a gang of armed men who on Friday evening attacked and robbed a Chinese shop of money amounting to P10,500 in Masetlheng ward.

It is reported that at around 7pm when the Chinese shop was about to close for business, three masked armed men entered the shop and started demanding money.

Tlokweng police station commander, superintendent Unoziba Rari confirmed the incident when reached for comment. Rari said the trio attacked the shop, threatened employees with something that looked like a pistol, and collected money amounting to P10,500 that was in the cash register machine.

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