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Criminals break into Mbabane Super Spar, steal cash

By Sifiso Sibandze

Another day another break-in at Buy n Save Spar. Less than three months after a robbery at a Buy n Save Spar, thugs have struck again. This time at Mbabane Super Spar where they also made off with cash.

According to Eswatini Daily News sources, the thugs broke into the shop on Saturday night. Though Police Information and Communication Officer Superintendent Phindile Vilakati confirmed the incident, adding that the thugs stole E15 000, our impeccable sources said the money was understated.

“This amount is understated given that the money from sales generated after lunch was not banked over and above the money generated through Mobile Money and electricity units sales. Believe you me, hundreds of thousands were stolen there,” the source said.

Interestingly, Hassan Mansoor, Mbabane Super Spar Shop Manager on Sunday denied that there was a break-in at the shop. Mansoor said he was in the dark about what the Eswatini Daily News was talking about.

“There is nothing I know. I am not there, but maybe tomorrow (Monday). Call me tomorrow when I am at work,” he briefly said.

On Black Friday night, November 25, 2022, thugs broke in at Manzini Super Spar situated at Manzini Lifestyle Centre and made way with hundreds of thousands of Emalangeni. Ever since the break-in happened, the police had not reported any breakthrough regarding the arrest of the culprits.

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