A 39-year-old man was arrested for a business robbery following an incident involving his dissatisfaction with some cheese bought at a local tuck shop.
The shop owner alleges that that he was at his place of employment in Fernham Drive when a man entered and purchased cheese.
A few minutes later, the man and his wife entered the tuck shop again and demanded for their money.
They threw the cheese at the store owner and demanded their money.
The man was in possession of a knife and pepper spray which he threatened to use on the store owner.
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The said man then took cash of R1, 000 and left the premises.
Communications officer of Phoenix SAPS, Cpt Louise Naidoo, said, “A case of business robbery was registered and investigated. A 39-year-old suspect was later arrested and detained for the incident.”
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