Police are on the hunt for two armed men, deemed to be dangerous, after a robbery today at the National Farmers and General Workers Credit Union at Bois D’Orange.
The incident occurred at around 12.30 pm.
Reliable sources told the Times that the two unmasked men, one of them armed with a gun, held up the female security guard at the credit union and relieved her of a firearm.
The bandits then proceeded to rob the credit union of an estimated $50,000 in cash and cheques before escaping, it is reported.
The robbery is reported to have been captured on CCTV camera.
Sources told the Times that police are confident, based on the CCTV footage, that the two fugitives will soon be caught.
No one was hurt in the robbery as staff of the credit union did as they were told, the Times was informed.