Police have arrested two suspects after a Golden Arrow bus driver was shot and killed in Cape Town earlier this month. PHOTO: ANA PHOTO

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Police make breakthrough in killing of Cape Town bus driver

CAPE TOWN, September 9 – Detectives on Friday arrested two suspects in connection with the shooting death of a Golden Arrow bus driver while he was still at the wheel of the vehicle at the weekend, Western Cape police said.
“Relentless efforts and sleepless nights led to success by Nyanga Detectives to ensure that criminals who continue to take people’s lives are brought to book, said police spokesman Captain FC Van Wyk.
“Two suspects involved in the shooting and killing of a Golden Arrow Bus driver have been arrested.”
The driver was shot in Zwelitsha, Nyanga, close to the Cape Town International Airport. No other injuries were reported.
The  suspects, from One Location and New Crossroads, near where the shooting took place are expected to appear in the Athlone Magistrate’s Court on Monday.
“The onslaught by criminals on our colleagues who ensure that the public are safely transported is of grave concern to the SAPS of the Western Cape.”
Police applauded members of the community who assisted officers to track down the two men.
– African News Agency (ANA)

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