An Onderneeming, Sandpit shop owner would be relieved whenever the police manage to arrest and prosecute a lone masked gunman who attacked and robbed him of a gold chain and an undisclosed sum of money, Sunday night, at his premises.
The gunman, who escaped, may have further intentions of launching another attack on the shop owner or other persons in that area.
According to reports, about 10:30 PM Sunday, a police officer who resides in the area received a report from the owner indicating he was attacked and robbed.
According to information, the shop owner and his wife closed their shop and took a walk. They returned to their home only to be confronted by the gunman who was apparently waiting for the shop owner who ventured behind his yard to pick up a sheet from the line.
The gunman, the report added, then proceeded to challenge the shop owner before stripping him of a gold chain and an undisclosed sum of money before escaping.
A report was lodged with the police at the Suddie police station who responded.
Members of the policing group in Onderneening, Sandpit area, are asking the Minister of National Security to engage the group and to make an attempt to resuscitate the group which could be of better service to the police.
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