Theft and Robbery have become an issue of concern in the country. The cases have increased especially when the world was facing the Coronavirus pandemic. The closure of many sectors of the economy got people jobless, with no means to survive.
According to a video shared moments ago by Lemiso Sato Emmanuel, a blogger who enjoys massive social media support, one thug was captured by CCTV cameras, holding a gun to snatch a phone from another.
The video that went viral online shows that the phone owner had no option but to surrender his phone for the thug to spare his life. The thug also threatened a person who was around the place to avoid reacting to the incident.
After the stealing incident, a motorbike was also spotted arriving at the scene. The thug was picked and the two fled.
Click this link to watch the video: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10224135218746683&id=1187170485&sfnsn=mo
In the comment section, many netizens could not believe the incident while some asked the Directorate of Criminal Investigations to be informed immediately.
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