Bandits snatch cash, cellphones from South Ruimveldt duo

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Police are investigating the alleged robbery under arms of two men at Orealla Avenue, South Ruimveldt of cellphones and $172,000 in cash. According to the police, the men were robbed by two identifiable suspects still at large on Wednesday at around 20:30 hours.

The victims, a 41-year-old male and a 60-year-old male were robbed of three cell phones valued at $30,000, $30,000 and $55,000 and $100,000 cash belonging to the first victim and $72,000 cash belonging to the next.

Inquiries disclosed that both victims were at the said location where construction is presently being done. While there they were attacked by the armed perpetrators who pointed a gun at them and ordered them out of the yard and placed them to lay on the parapet facedown.

The perpetrators then relieved the victims of the articles mentioned above, mounted a black and red XR motorcycle and made good their escape. Investigations underway.

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