January 8, 2020

Houghton 8 January 2020, SBV Services is offering up to R1-million for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the suspects that attacked a cash-in-transit (CIT) van at approximately 16:00 on 7 January 2020 on the N4 West Highway towards Pretoria.

The unknown number of suspects made away with an undisclosed amount of cash. No SBV employees or civilians were injured during the attack.

SBV’s Risk & Compliance team is working closely with the SAPS to investigate the incident. Details of the incident cannot be disclosed while the investigation is underway.

Mark Barrett Group CEO says, “As a responsible corporate citizen, SBV thoroughly investigates all incidents. SBV does not tolerate any violence, crime and threats to our human lives. We will tirelessly persist in our efforts to mitigate cash-in-transit crime and together with the authorities and the CIT industry, we will ensure that the perpetrators involved in CIT attacks are brought to justice.”

SBV appeals to members of the public with any information on this incident to contact SBV’s Early Warning Robbery Hotline. This line 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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