Victor Baloyi , Alias: UnknownWanted in connection with Cash-in-Transit robbery and murder relating to an incident in August 2010 at a Sasol garage on the R511, outside Pretoria.
The police are following up various leads as they hunt down four of South Africa’s most dangerous criminals.
Soon after the names and photographs of the four men were released on Friday, the public started coming forward with information on their possible whereabouts.
Bongani Mojo (Alias: Unknown), 29, wanted in connection with at least 34 bank robberies since 2006. He escaped from Boksburg prison on March 28, 2011.
Khumbulani Sibanda (Alias: “KB”), 37, wanted in connection with at least 13 bank robberies across South Africa. He escaped from Boksburg prison on March 28, 2011.
Name: Unknown (Alias: Referred to by some as “Ogies”). Suspect wanted in connection with bank robberies across South Africa. It is suspected that he is an accomplice of Mojo and Sibanda.
Victor Baloyi (Alias: Unknown). Wanted in connection with cash-in-transit heists and murder relating to an incident at a Sasol garage on the R511, outside Pretoria, in August, 2010. His accomplice, Lazarus Sefala, was arrested and remains in custody.
The men, Bongani Mojo, Khumbulani “KB” Sibanda, an unknown male suspect nicknamed “Ogies” and Victor Baloyi are linked to a series of bank robberies, cash-in-transit heists and murders.
Mojo and Sibanda escaped from the Boksburg prison on March 28. It is believed that both are Zimbabwean.
It is believed that Mojo is the gang leader. Police sources have described him as “arrogant, daring and brazen.
“He has no respect for life or property and pulls the trigger without any hestitation,” said a police source.
Head of Crime Line Yusuf Abramjee confirmed “that a number of tips had come in to the anonymous 32211 SMS service as well as the Crime Stop 08600 10111 service.
“The police have a special team of detectives tasked with tracking down the four suspects,” said Abramjee.