Saturday , January 16 2021

Police arrested 7 people for the global civilian festival muggings and attacks

The Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) arrested seven people allegedly linked to several demands and attacks after the Global Citizen Festival at FNB Stadium on Sunday.

JMPD said that in the Song Media report, the affidavit gang mentioned about some gangs for attacking and robbing concert goers on or near the garage garbage, which was 1.4 kilometers away from the FNB stadium.

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On Monday, the concert scores came on social media to express dissatisfaction with the concert.

Some people said that the teenage gangs attacked them before plundering cellphones and handbags.

Michael Sun, a member of the Mayoral Committee for public security in Johannesburg, said that he was shocked to hear about the incident and stressed the fact that the city is talking to the police to ensure what happened because it is responsible for overall policing in the festival. Were there.

"We have found that only one incident was reported informally, which is contrary to many reports that monitor the entire media."

"We express the anguish to the affected and we want to inform the victims who come forward and report any incident of SAPS so that they can be investigated."

The sun added that the event's safety and safety planning committee had established a "safe zone" where concertors should be taken by e-helik taxis and said that this may not have been done according to the plan.

"It is suspected that e-Hail taxi operators requested some of their passengers to go to the nearby Sasol garage, which was outside the protected zone," the Sun said.

He said the city would help police investigations.

The Sun pointed out that the world-famous band Guns and Roses had attracted nearly 65 000 fans in their concert in the stadium just about three days ago, and this event was overall incident-free without a report of suspected domestic violence.

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