Taxi driver robbed of R10 820 on N2

DURBAN North SAPS are investigating the robbery of a taxi driver on the N2 near eMdloti. The incident took place on Monday near the eMdloti RTI building at about 6.30am. According to Capt Raymond Deokaran, spokesman for the Durban North SAPS, the driver was robbed of R10 820.

“He pulled off on the yellow line to pick up passengers. Six men approached him, some of whom were armed with handguns. They took R10 820 in cash which the driver had been collecting from his fares throughout his shift. The men then fled the area. The driver was unharmed in the incident,” he said.

No arrests have yet been made.

Like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter to keep up-to-date with local news.

Latest crime news

96 vehicles stopped in uMhlanga police operation

Thieves steal disabled school’s pool pump

20 bicycles stolen from Durban track

Police officer shot and killed in Phoenix

Criminals target businesses over Easter weekend

Shiraz Habbib

Latest News


Recommended Story x
Armed men rob eMdloti home