WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite K9 Unit officers have recovered some of the cash and goods that were stolen in this morning’s (Wednesday) armed robbery at Buy ‘n Save Wholesalers in Illing Road.A group of six men armed with guns and knives stormed into the store, catching staff and customers by surprise. The robbers fled with a substantial amount of cash, cartons of cigarettes and cell-phones.No one was injured, but staff and customers are traumatised after the horrific ordeal.Management is grateful that no one was injured. “Robberies can happen anywhere; we’re just delighted that no one was hurt or killed,” is the message from management.Read also: Update: Massive manhunt for suspects after armed robbery at wholesaler in LadysmithAlso read: Breaking News: Police hunt for suspects after armed robbery at wholesaler in Ladysmith this morning During a search of the area, members of the Ladysmith K9 Unit spotted a group of three people dividing up possessions in a bushy area near the old Matthew’s Farm.As soon as the three men were approached by police, they sped off on foot in different directions, into the bushes.The robbers made a run for it, crossing the Klip River in the direction of Steadville, leaving behind a trail of money and items stolen in the robbery.29 cartons of cigarettes as well as a large amount of cash was found.Police have launched a massive manhunt for the suspects.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there!
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