No arrests yet following cash heist
Two security guards were wounded during a cash-in-transit heist in Parow.
CAPE TOWN - Police say no arrests have been made following a cash-in-transit heist in Parow, Cape Town.
Two security guards were confronted by three suspects who opened fire on them in Voortrekker Road on Thursday.
The suspects fled the scene with a money box, two firearms and ammunition.
The guards, who were wounded in the process, have since been transported to hospital.
The police's Fredrick van Wyk said they have established that the getaway car was stolen in Nyanga.
"Two of the suspects fled in a silver grey Polo and a third suspect fled in a Toyota. The abandoned Polo was later recovered in Goodwood. An armed robbery and attempted murder case was opened for investigation."
Meanwhile, Tygerberg Hospital says a man has died after he was dropped off at the facility with multiple gunshot wounds.
It is believed the man was gunned down at a Kuils River house on Wednesday evening, where two other men were also killed.
Police are investigating the incident and four suspects have been arrested.
Tygerberg Hospital spokesperson Laticia Pienaar said, "A man was brought in on Thursday morning with gun wounds, but he was declared dead on arrival. The matter was handed over to the South African Police Service."