The suspects abandoned the Mercedes Benz and fled on foot. Police conducted a search in the vicinity to no avail.
Management of the petrol station declined to comment.
It is believed that a reliable source informed the police that the suspect was in possession of illegal firearms.
If anyone has any information in this regard, they are urged to call 031 333-8224.
It is believed that prior to the incident, the woman had withdrawn a large sum of money.
A case of attempted murder is being investigated by police.
The suspects will appear in the Chatsworth Magistrate’s Court soon.
According to communications officer of the Chatsworth SAPS, Cpt Cheryl Pillay, Moonsamy Chetty allegedly stabbed the victim while he was seated in his vehicle.
Communications officer of Isipingo SAPS, Cpt David Ragavan, said that no arrests have been made yet and police are still investigating the matter.
eThekwini Inner South Cluster commander, Maj Gen Nunkumar commended members for their excellent work in recovering the illegal firearm.
In one incident, a 39-year-old man, who is believed to be a foreman on a farm near Hopetown, was arrested and charged with rape, sexual assault and possession of a firearm without a license and ammunition, recently.