SOUTH AFRICA: Armed robbery at Coke plant
A plant operated by South African Coke bottler Coca-Cola ABI in Phoenix, north of Durban, was subject to an armed robbery on Wednesday (31 October), according to a police report.
The amount of money stolen has not been disclosed. Gunfire was exchanged between the robbers and security guards but no injuries were reported.
The police are said to be hunting six men who took part in the raid.
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