Armed robbers flee with R120 000 from Hospice Charity shop

Investigations are underways to find the perpetrators involved in an armed robbery at the Hospice Wits store in Orange Grove.

The robbers, who entered the building through the roof and broke into safes using angle grinders, made away with R120 000 and other valuable items.

702's John Robbie spoke to CEO of Hospice Wits, Jacqui Kaye, about the incident.

Listen to the interview below:

On Sunday night, we had a number of armed robbers who came through to our Orange Grove shop. They came though the roof.

Jacqui Kaye, CEO of Hospice Wits

Kaye said the investigations underway will leave no stone unturned to ensure that the perpetrators are brought to book.

Money was taken, we had our DVR board taken, an alarm system was damaged, our computer system was stolen.

Jacqui Kaye, CEO of Hospice Wits
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