August 28, 2019

28 August 2019


SBV Services confirms that we experienced an unsuccessful cash-in-transit (CIT) attack on
one of our teams operating in KwaMashu, KwaZulu-Natal, on Monday, 26 August 2019.

A SBV staff member was injured and has been admitted to hospital. It is believed that
seven suspects attacked our team while they were attending to a client.

We are aware of social media footage that is circulating and wish to advise that we are
committed to co-operating with the relevant authorities as part of the ongoing investigation.

As part of our ongoing efforts to mitigate the threat of CIT crime we continue to focus on a
number of actions to continually ensure that our teams are fully prepared for all eventualities.

SBV appeals to members of the public with any information cash-in-transit crime to notify the
authorities immediately. SBV’s Early Warning Robbery Hotline is active 24/7 and
members of the public may contact 083 408 7029 to provide information to SBV’s
investigations team. All callers can be assured that confidentiality is maintained.


SBV Services (Pty) Limited
Communications Department
Tel: 011 283 2000/2294

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