Police gunfire in Limpopo leaves 18 dead [WATCH]

According to General Fannie Masemola, the police quickly put an end to a cash-in-transit (CIT) theft, resulting in the deaths of 18 alleged CIT thieves in a gunfight.

The National Commissioner of the South African Police Service (SAPS) has announced that the CIT heist network has been defeated in Limpopo, Mpumalanga, and Gauteng.
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CIT heist with 18 fatalities
For several days, SAPS units in Limpopo kept an eye on a group of suspects who were reportedly planning a CIT theft. They conducted the raid in Makhado on September 1st, 2023.

As the police arrived at the scene, the gang of suspects opened fire, prompting retaliation from the force. The South African Police Service claimed that 16 men and 2 women were confirmed dead at the scene.
In addition, please read that a prominent Limpopo businessman was shot and his companion was hurt.
As police closed in, the suspects fired, sparking a firefight. There were instantaneous fatalities amongst 16 males and 2 females.

Attack on Thohoyandou, Number Two
Four individuals were taken into custody after they were spotted in another part of Thohoyandou. Ten automobiles, several of which were high-performance models, and seven automatic guns were taken into custody.
Police are still investigating the scene. During the ensuing gunfight, a high-ranking DPCI officer was hurt and taken to the hospital for treatment.
Also, check out the gunfight between police and four wanted men in Umlazi.
On September 1st, the crime scene was investigated by General Masemola and a team of high-ranking officers. He said that all around the country, police are cracking down on serious and violent crimes.

An aerial victory in Western Cape
On Tuesday, August 29th, members of the Maitland Flying Squad responded to a tip about suspects in a robbery at a company in Lingelethu-West.
A 9mm pistol, a fake firearm, several phones, and cash were confiscated when a search was performed on Mthawelanga Street at Ilitha Park.
Also, check out these burglary prevention tips based on FBI data.
The police have arrested seven men, ages 31 to 35, on suspicion of having a handgun, ammunition, and stolen property in their possession.
After being charged, the accused will have to make court appearances in Cape Town and Khayelitsha.
SEE ALSO:Police sweep the streets: Drugs, money, and firearms SEIZED

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