WATCH: PRASA releases footage of suspected arsonists

A reward of R100,000 has been offered to whoever can identify the suspects.
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The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) has released surveillance camera footage from the Cape Town station arson attack on November, 28, 2019.

The arson attack resulted in the loss of eighteen train carriages worth R61 million, virtually crippling Cape Town’s rail network.

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Video footage released by PRASA shows the suspects in the act, a reward of R100,000 has been offered to whoever can identify them.

Fourteen out of the 24 platforms at the train station had to be shut down due to the fire, there was also substantial damage to the overhead electrical wiring to the tune of R154 000.

Metrorail spokesperson Riana Scott encouraged the public to come forward with information which may lead to the arrest of the suspects.

The incident was termed ‘economic sabotage by Minister of Transport, Fikile Mbalula.

Watch the video below:

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