Sefalana robbery puzzles police

SELEBI-PHIKWE: A recent robbery at Selebi-Phikwe Sefalana Cash'n Carry has left the police puzzled after the security guard on duty said he did not notice anything was wrong.

Police Detective Assistant Superintendent, Movel Langa, told Mmegi that it is surprising the criminals got inside the shop without the knowledge of the guard. He doubted the guard's claims that he did not hear the sound of the powerful explosives the thieves used to blast three cash boxes. 

Langa revealed that they have not made any headway in efforts to arrest culprits. He pleaded with members of the public to assist them with information that could lead to the arrests of the suspects. He said they are yet to establish the type of explosives used in the robbery. The police have not received any reports from companies complaining about the disappearance of explosives.

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