Two Chinese nationals, Namibian employee attacked in Karibib

Two Chinese nationals, Namibian employee attacked in Karibib

Two Chinese nationals and their 19-year-old Namibian employee were attacked and held at gun point at their shop in Karibib on Wednesday.
It is alleged that the suspects, who wore ordinary masks and caps, entered the shop armed with pistols and demanded money from the owner.
A report released by the police indicates that the suspects left the shop when they realised that there was no money and got into a getaway taxi, which dropped them off in the Usab residential area at the squatter camp.
The taxi was traced and the driver has been arrested.
One of the suspects was identified as the one who previously stole a cellphone at the same shop.
Nothing was stolen but the shop owner's wife was assaulted and she sustained slight injuries.
Police are looking for assistance in identifying the suspects.