Three robbers, two bystanders die in CIT heist

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Three robbers were fatally shot in an exchange of gunfire with the police on Friday evening leading to the deaths of two bystanders caught in the crossfire after a G4S cash-in-transit (CIT) vehicle heist.

The incident follows just a day after the Minister of Defence and Security Kagiso Mmusi announced in a media briefing that CIT heists have been replaced by ATM blastings.

Police confirmed the deaths from yesterday's crossfire at Sefalana Cash and Carry in Gaborone West Industrial site where the trio allegedly robbed a CIT vehicle of an undisclosed cash amount and a cellphone.

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