The suspects were traced through their bank cards they used during the incident.
The incident took place on Saturday, August 18 around 9pm.
The Equestrian Unit’s advent was in 2005 with only five members.
The team also applauded members of the public whose information led to the arrest and conviction of the murderer.
The suspects, aged between 31 to 37 years old, will appear at the Boksburg Magistrate’s Court soon.
The accused has previous convictions of house robberies in March 2016 in Vosloorus and theft in April 2018 in Johannesburg.
The six months sentences were suspended for five years on condition they were not convicted of the same crime within a five years period.
Almost 20 per cent of South Africans – one out of every five adults – abuse mind-altering substances, with alcohol, pain-killers (codeine) and dagga the worst offenders, and rising figures of illicit drug use suggest the country is losing the war on drugs.
Below are some of the serious crimes recently reported to the Boksburg SAPS.
The almost day-long campaign was held on August 8 and forms part of the Women’s Month celebrations.
The newly appointed communications officer joined the Boksburg SAPS almost a decade ago, fresh out of police college.