Metrorail Western Cape boss helps cops nab five suspected robbers

Richard Walker, Prasa regional manager, spoke to Cape Talk's Kieno Kammies about how he helped a woman that was being robbed just outside his house in Muizenberg while he was on leave.

Walker often talks about rail issues and how his office is doing everything in their power to ensure that trains are safe for everyone. This time, Walker has practised what he preaches.

Thanks to Walker's assistance five suspects were arrested and will be appearing in court soon. City of Cape Town Law Enforcement spokesperson Wayne Dayson commended Richard for his bravery.

Listen to Richard Walker explain what exactly transpired just outside his house below:


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