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Suspects on the run, R100 0000 reward offered

JOBURG - A reward of R100 000 is being offered to anyone who can provide information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspects involved in the murder of David Shaw.

The murder occurred during a robbery at Steers Columbine Crossing, Johannesburg South, on 31 May.

The first suspect was wearing a white jersey that was quite distinctive with the diamond shaped pattern.
The first suspect was wearing a white jersey that was quite distinctive with the diamond shaped pattern.

 

 

 

According to the deceased’s brother, Mike Shaw, the first suspect – and the man who allegedly shot his brother – was wearing a green and white jersey at the time of the incident, although “at no point does he reveal his face on any of the 16 cameras at the store,” Shaw said in an email sent out to various media houses

suspect 2
The second suspect was wearing a purple UZZI hoody with orange lettering.

 

 

“You can make out an animal image below the UZZI lettering which is distinctive and not an original UZZI design,” he said.

All communication will be treated in the strictest confidence.

Details: SMS 079-532-4358; steersreward@gmail.com or BBM 2269B06D

 

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