According to a police report, the complainant was on duty with his colleague at the till when the suspects stood behind customers in a line, pretending to be buying items.
It was alleged that an argument broke out over an unsettled debt.
According to police, the complainant left her Nike takkies for repairs and paid the full amount.
According to a police report, the security guards were travelling along KwaMakhutha when they were blocked by two vehicles.
It is believed that as he pulled into his driveway, he was accosted by the hijacking suspects who sped off with him still inside the vehicle.
Desiree Murugan’s headless corpse was discovered by eThekwini Municipal workers, who were dispatched to the grounds to clean up the area, in August 2014.
In the first incident, 36-year-old, Chadleigh David, died in hospital after he was targeted outside his home in Bute Lane on Wednesday evening.
Moorton resident, Kreeson Moodley (23), was sentenced to five years each for three counts of culpable homicide, three years for reckless and negligent driving and two years for driving under the influence of alcohol.
Communications officer of the Chatsworth SAPS, Cpt Cheryl Pillay said that the accused had committed three carjackings in the Chatsworth policing precinct, in 2014.
Owner of Roops General Dealer and father, Roy Roops, said he was closing up his store at the corner of Bally and Inwabi Road, when he was approached by unknown males.
Corporate communications officer of the Malvern SAPS, W/O Radhika Marimuthu said, “He did notice being followed by a vehicle but as he turned into his driveway, the vehicle drove past him in the direction of his neighbour’s property.”