[WATCH] CCTV footage of Bryanston family robbed in car

The Sandton Chronicle reports how this Bryanston family were robbed after they parked their car at home. A Mini Cooper had been following them home from shopping and they say they were distracted and did not notice it pull up behind them blocking the gate.

The armed robbers approached the car and stole everything including watches, jewellery, handbag and even the groceries, all estimated at around R200 000, before making a getaway.

They also took the house keys and one of the children had to climb through a window to get inside, reports the Sandton Chronicle.

Though no one was harmed, the family has received counselling after the traumatic event.

Watch the CCTV footage of the robbery below.


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