Security had to be called to intervene after a patron was pick-pocketed by perpetrators who pretended to be shoppers at the store.
Any information that could lead to the perpetrators being arrested can be passed on to the Krugersdorp Police Station on 011 951 1152 or 10111.
In the Facebook post, SRT Security wrote that a black VW Polo 1.6 with registration ZXC 409 GP was possibly involved in the incident.
Makhura reminded the domestics to treat the homes they work at as their own.
The decision comes after a cyclist was targeted by criminals during the weekend while cycling in the Kromdraai area.
BCI Security was alerted to the incident at 2.15am by a neighbour in the Devon Valley area.
Miriam Seleke said the issue is caused by unsupervised unemployed men who drink alcohol in public, and then interfere with the pedestrians walking by.
The suspects are said to have fled with money from the tills, customers’ belongings and items from the storeroom.
Increased incidents of criminals targeting vehicles at a number of public spaces
The two men entered the shop, one called her to the back and then pushed her to the ground and started strangling her.
Spokesperson for the police station, Captain Balan Muthan, told Northsider that a case was being investigated.