SEVEN ARRESTED AFTER GLOBAL CITIZEN FESTIVAL ROBBERIES

SEVEN ARRESTED AFTER GLOBAL CITIZEN FESTIVAL ROBBERIES

JOHANNESBURG – Johannesburg Metro Police say it has arrested seven foreign nationals in connection with muggings at a petrol station near FNB stadium after Sunday’s Global Citizen concert.

According to the reports, many of the incidents took place around a Sasol garage near the stadium, targeting mostly concert-goers.

Police have encouraged victims to open cases.

Though eyewitness accounts of the incidents were different from the views of the JMPD Chief’s statement.

 

 

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