Police dispatch a manhunt after millions disappear at money warehouse
Police dispatch a manhunt after millions disappear at money warehouse: Gauteng police have propelled a manhunt for a security monitor who is supposedly connected to taken millions at a money stop in Johannesburg.
Police representative Cpt Mavela Masondo said Bathobile Mlangeni, 29, was most recently seen on the job when the cash vanished on July 15 a year ago.
“It is claimed that a great many rands disappeared from a money in-travel organization when Bathobile Mlangeni was on the job and she has not answered to work since the day cash disappeared,” Masondo said.
Sources have uncovered how Mlangeni purportedly tore open cash sacks, stacked the cash into plastic packs on a trolley and left the stop at the Mall of Africa, Johannesburg.
South African Banking Risk Information Center (Sabric) has uncovered that 35 comparative cases have been accounted for to them since February a year ago.
Sabric CEO Susan Potgieter said 35 comparative cases had been accounted for to them since February 2019 the nation over with Gauteng encountering the most elevated number.
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