Criminals open fire on security after robbing Ballito store – North Coast Courier

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Criminals open fire on security after robbing Ballito store – North Coast Courier

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The bullet hit the front right headlight of the reaction vehicle. Photo: IPSS Electronic Security

A private security vehicle was shot at on Tuesday morning on the M4 travelling southbound while chasing down the suspects of a store break-in.
The IPSS Electronic Security reaction vehicle was hit once in a front headlight, and, fortunately, the officers inside were unharmed.
Burglars had raided a liquor store at a shopping centre in Ballito, said Brennon Knott of IPSS Electronic Security.
The alarm at the premises notified them of the break-in and two armed reaction vehicles responded.
The bullet hit the front right headlight of the reaction vehicle. Photo: IPSS Electronic Security
The criminals fled the scene in two cars, heading towards the M4.
The car containing the stolen liquor got away, and IPSS officers gave chased to the other car with six men inside.
“When we got to Victoria Hospital in Tongaat they started shooting at our car.

“Because there was lots of traffic at the time, the reaction officer hung back and we lost track of the suspect in Tongaat.”
Knott said a large amount of liquor was stolen.

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