The search for the killers of former Cape Town gang leader, Rashied Staggie, continues.
He was shot dead while sitting in a car outside his family home in Salt River yesterday.
Police say there's no records of the shooting of Staggie's son
in Mictchell's Plain.
Staggie is the former leader of the notorious Hard Livings gang.
He died in a hail of bullets at an address in London Road in Salt River.
Police say their forensic teams and detectives are still busy with investigations.
Western Cape Community Safety Minister, Albert Fritz, has condemned the shooting.
He's also called for calm following the incident.
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