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Cape Town - A man selling fish door to door was shot and killed in broad daylight in a street in Delft on Tuesday.
Leroy Adams, 26 was shot outside a house in Koonap Street.
“There were two assailants. Witnesses said that they fled the scene, one on foot and the other on a bicycle,” said the communications officer at the Delft police station, Captain Joe Wilson.
“(Adams) was a fish salesman and working at the time.
“He and three of his colleagues were going door to door, ahead of a bakkie carrying the fish, Captain Wilson said.
“They speak to people and try to secure customers when the fish truck comes past.”
Police spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Andrè Traut said Adams sustained several gunshot wounds to his body.
Denise Adams, Leroy’s mother, told the Cape Argus on Wednesday morning that the family was in mourning.
“We have no idea why this was done,” she said.
A murder case has been opened, but no arrests have been made.