One other money in transit suspect have been arrested.
However this time round, the ATM guards are the CIT suspects.
The Hawks Critical Organised Crime investigation crew in Cape City disclosed that two safety guards have been arrested on the cost of theft.
The safety guards aged 24 and 37 have been linked to the CIT theft.
Hawks spokesperson, Zinzi Hani narrated that “it’s alleged that the safety personnel connected to G4S have been immediately linked to the theft of an undisclosed sum of money that was stolen whereas servicing an ATM in Atlantis Metropolis mall on August 7.”
Hawks raided the office of the primary suspects in Milnerton on Tuesday.
The officers seized an undisclosed amount of money, which was allegedly discovered “hid on his bullet proof in an armoured automobile that he was driving”.
The 2 safety guards have been charged to court docket.
They may seem at Bellville Justice of the Peace’s court docket on September 17.