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Video: Cash-in-transit truck bombed in Florida, robbers also torched getaway car

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Details of the attack are still unknown

A manhunt for suspects linked to the bombing of a CIT truck is underway after police responded to scenes of a burnt-out G4S truck.

A G4S Cash-in-transit truck was left in flames after robbers bombed the vehicle along Main Reef Road near Jerusalem informal settlement, in Florida, Johannesburg on Monday morning.

It is understood that no cash was taken during the robbery although another vehicle used by robbers was confirmed to have been set alight, according to preliminary information from the scene.

CIT ROBBERY ON MAIN REEF RD CORNER HOUTKAPPER STR IN FLORIDA. MONEY TRUCK WAS BOMBED OPEN. ALL SERVICES ARE ON SCENE. SUSPECTS IN GETAWAY SILVER AUDI & WHITE BMW X5 (NO REG SEEN ON BOTH VEHICLES).

CIT ROBBERY ON MAIN REEF RD CORNER HOUTKAPPER STR IN FLORIDA. MONEY TRUCK WAS BOMBED OPEN. ALL SERVICES ARE ON SCENE. SUSPECTS IN GETAWAY SILVER AUDI & WHITE BMW X5 (NO REG SEEN ON BOTH VEHICLES).

Posted by Intelligence Bureau SA on Sunday, July 5, 2020

Police and other law enforcement responded to the scene which shows a charred shell of a truck.

According to the video shared, there were about two cars used by the assailants, a silver Audi and white BMW x5. This is yet to be confirmed by the police.

-The Citizen

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