Krejcir “associate” killed

Mr Sam Issa was gunned down outside Bedford Centre.
Mr Sam Issa was gunned down outside Bedford Centre.

Bedfordview has been closed off for police investigations at Bradford and Smith roads. It is being reported that a man in a black Audi died following the shooting at about 6am.

The driver of the Audi has been identified as an “associate” of Mr Krejcir.

Police reported that several shots were fired and that the shooters fled in a white Ford Ranger.

Bedfordview Edenvale NEWS reported earlier this year that Mr Krejcir escaped death in an attempt on his life at his diamond business property in Bradford Road on July 4.

The red VW Polo from where the device fired at Mr Radovan Krejcir's vehicle during an attempt on his life at his Bradford Road business on July 4 this year.

The red VW Polo from where the device fired at Mr Radovan Krejcir’s vehicle during an attempt on his life at his Bradford Road business on July 4 this year.

Bedfordview SAPS corporate communications officer, Sergeant Mduduzi Nhlabathi, then said that a remote controlled device fitted into a red VW Polo fired shots at Mr Krejcir’s black Mercedes Benz moments after he got out of his vehicle.

The VW Polo was parked perpendicular to Mr Krejcir’s parking bay where he had parked. As he was going towards the office door, shots were fired from the Polo towards Mr Krejcirs car, hitting the window on the drivers side and the right passenger window. The Polo caught fire after that, Sgt Nhlabathi said.

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Marietta Lombard
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