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Women kicking ass and taking names! A group of 4 rookie female police officers cornered and took down a gang of six armed men without firing a single shot!!!

 

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa – It is pretty exciting seeing girl power in action! Especially when it is done efficiently and by the book! A group of four female police officers, all newly recruited, caught six armed robbers in Durban’s city centre.

The ladies are officers Mbuyiselo Kunene, Nokukhanya Dlamini, Ntombifuthi Dlamini and Ashleigh Conwaywere. They have proven that girl power rocks and are pretty much the coolest role models we have seen this week!

The heavily armed gang held up employees at a McDonald’s in the city’s Pixley Isa Ka Seme Street. A passerby flagged down the patrolling officers and alerted them to the robbery taking place. The six men fled into a crowded taxi rank. Backed up by the male officers the women stopped the gang from escaping in a taxi.

They cut the taxi off, guns drawn they removed the gunmen from the packed minibus. The ladies recovered unlicensed firearms used in the robbery as well as the money taken in the heist.

“It was exemplary work in a stressful and dangerous situation” – Lieutenant-Colonel Thulani Zwane, Police spokesman

Lieutenant-Colonel Thulani Zwane gave the ladies high praise for their arrests. He said the gang was subdued by the team of female officers, who remained calm under pressure!

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Sources: TimesLive
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Tyler Leigh Vivier is a writer for Good Things Guy.

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3 comments

  1. I’m so proud of you ladies. If I was a police Commissioner was going to promote you with emmediate effect. You deserve promotion

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