Police launch manhunt for four suspects following Joburg shooting incidents

Police have urged anyone who might have information that could help arrest the suspect to contact their nearest police station.

Gauteng police have launched a manhunt for suspects in two murder cases in the province.

In the first incident, a 63-year-old man was shot and killed in Randburg, north of Johannesburg on Thursday afternoon.

The man, believed to be the Chairperson of a taxi association was gunned down by unknown suspects.

It is alleged that four men driving an Audi A3 stopped alongside the victim’s vehicle and started shooting.

In another incident, a suspect mistakenly shot and killed his friend while fleeing from angry community members.

The suspects robbed a delivery truck in Roodepoort, west of Johannesburg.

Police spokesperson, Kay Makhubele says, “The police have launched a manhunt for all these suspects and calling for anyone with the information to call the nearest police station or use 08600 10111 crime stop number.”