Zimbabwean notorious jewellery store robber shot dead in South Africa

Zimbabwean notorious jewellery store robber shot dead by police. Photo: Intelligence Bureau SA/ Pixabay.com
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According to Intelligence Bureau SA, this Zimbabwean gangster who was known by the nickname Toba, allegedly committed numerous robberies in South Africa and Zimbabwe, before his demise.

Although the death of a person is generally met with sorrow, Toba’s death has somewhat restored hope in the police.

Musa Moses Appointed said: “Great news SA should start implementing tough laws for foreigners”.

“Well done gone forever in this world he will never come back again.”

Moses XokiyaneVictor Booysen said: “That’s how you should deal with all armed robbers. Whether local or foreign. No court date necessary…”

GemSagi Gori said: “Our politicians are robbing us, look at the Eskom situation. I wish I can have a magic stick that will change the whole situation of South Africa it hurts leaving your own country.

Related, Randburg, north of Johannesburg became much safer following the arrests of bogus Zimbabwean taxi association patrollers in October.

The Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) spokesperson Xolani Fihla confirmed that their Undercover Reaction Unit arrested five male suspects (Zimbabwean) in Randburg for extortion and kidnapping.

On 26 October 2022, officers received information of suspects pretending to be taxi association patrollers affiliated with PRS taxi association in Pretoria, who were extorting money from unsuspecting motorists giving lifts to hitchhikers in the Randburg area.

Further information was received that the suspects were driving around in a silver-grey Volvo S40.

Whilst on patrol along Malibongwe Drive and the N1 searching for the suspects, officers identified the vehicle matching the description used in the commission of the crime. They tactically approached and stopped the vehicle.
All five men were put behind bars.