FNB heists: more questions than answers

FNB  heists: more questions than answers

Victims of the recent safety deposit box heists from First National Bank (FNB) branches in Randburg and Parktown remain dissatisfied with the bank’s response – or the absence of a response to their demands for information and proper compensation.

They have sought Noseweek’s support in informing a wider public about their shocking discoveries and their questions that remain unanswered.

•    The victims were only contacted about the robbery three to four days (on 21 December) after the incident on 18 December 2016.

•    Two victims only found out because they attempted to deposit more valuables.

•    Many of the victims had been unaware their boxes were moved from the Fourways branch to the Randburg branch where they were stolen.

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