A case of theft has been opened at the station, confirmed Capt Raymond Deokaran.
The suspects were wanted in connection with an attempted theft of motor vehicle case in uMhlanga.
The operation held by the station in conjunction with Metro Police has yielded positive results this year with more than 80 people arrested for drunk driving.
The suspects made off with a large sum of cash in the armed robbery.
The victim’s body was found in a dam.
Durban North SAPS say they will be hosting regular operations during rush hour traffic.
The suspect involved in the robbery was later arrested by a member of the public for a separate crime-related incident.
The suspects managed to flee the scene with an undisclosed amount of cash and home appliances including cellphones.
The man alleged he was robbed and assaulted while on his way to pay workers at a construction site near Sibaya.
The station’s phone lines have been down for more than 15 hours.
The family was scammed out of R3 000 by the suspects.