A cash-in-transit vehicle belonging to Namibia Protection Services was robbed of just over N$ 1.5 million in Walvis Bay on Saturday. According to the local police the robbery occurred between 8:30 and about twenty-to-nine on Motovac’s premises when three security guards were robbed by an unidentified number of armed men as they were busy loading cash boxes into the vehicle. About seven boxes containing money were taken by the robbers who are suspected to have used a White Corolla Quest with a GRN number plate as a getaway vehicle. The money reportedly belongs to Woermann Brock, Usave, Metro cash and carry and Motovac.
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