Police asks for public assistance
By Nomava Nobumba
23 February 2010
Durbanville police is requesting the assistance of the public in finding three armed robbery suspects.
Police say in the early hours of this morning, the shop owner of Dulces coffee shop was opening the shop when the suspects approached her. One armed with a firearm and the other two with knifes.
“They threatened and assaulted her with the back of the firearm over the head, then forced her to open the safe and took R 8. 000 in cash,” said Sergeant Bernice Laäs-Bezuidenhout.
Bezuidenhout says before they left, a shot was fired in the air to threaten the victim.
The suspects fled in an unknown direction.
Anyone with information that can lead to the arrest of the suspects is ask to contact Detective Constable Ngwenya on 021 970 5600.