Kibler Park residents traumatised after fatal shooting
Nine armed men stormed the Tops liquor outlet yesterday opening fire and killing a 65-year-old man.
JOHANNESBURG - Kibler Park residents claim they're traumatised after a fatal shooting at a local Spar and say they now fear for their safety.
Nine armed men stormed the Tops liquor outlet yesterday opening fire and wounding several shoppers.
A 65-year-old man was killed in the attack.
Security guard Bheki Radebe says the robbery and shooting was terrifying.
"They said all people must lie down. I feel so sad because someone died."
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Local resident Koos Smit says he was only going to buy bread when his friend was shot and wounded.
"They kill you for money in this country; it's bad. He still had some pieces of glass in his eyes because the first shot went through his window."
Police say the nine men fled the scene in a Golf GTI and a Ford Ranger.
Gauteng police are now investigating a spate of business robberies in Johannesburg in the past 24 hours.
Three separate attacks claimed two lives while a police officer is recovering in hospital in a critical condition.
It's not yet clear whether the suspects involved in these crimes are in any way linked.
Apart from the Kibler Park shooting, an overnight armed robbery a security guard was shot dead and a police officer critically wounded when six suspects stormed a chemical plant in Leondale.
The police's Katlego Mogale says no arrests have been made.
"Police are on the lookout for those suspects."