With the recent increase of cash-in-transit heists gripping the country, the CEO of Fidelity Wahl Bartmann says it's good when citizens film the heists because it helps them analyse the incidents.
Speaking to Bongani Bingwa, Bartmann says the criminals have a new modus operandi and they have reached new levels in carrying out these crimes.
At the rate cash-in-transit heists are going, the public needs to be careful when they see a cash-in-transit vehicle approaching or going somewhere.— Wahl Bartmann Fidelity CEO
Bartmann says they have joined forces with the police to help catch these suspects and prevent more incidents.
We have joint operations between the police and ourselves and other different companies.— Wahl Bartmann Fidelity CEO
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