Police said two were arrested in Burgundy Estate and the others at their apartment in Summer Greens.
Somebody withdrew R3 500 from school teacher Jayde Panayiotou’s bank account the day she was killed.
An unsuccessful attempt to withdraw R3 000 was made at that day, Nedbank’s Johannes Thomas told the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth.
The state claims he paid employee Luthando Siyoni to recruit hitmen to carry out the kidnapping and murder.
Panayiotou is accused alongside Sinethemba Nemembe and Zolani Sibeko.
Another try with a different card was recorded at and also declined.
But by lowering the amounts requested and using different ATMs, the person using her cards managed to withdraw R3 500 in three separate transactions. Jayde Panayiotou used to stay up late at night, waiting for her husband Christopher to come home.
Thus far, seven victims have come forward who have been conned out of a combined amount of close to R400,000 the police said.
It is alleged that the suspects created fake accounts on online dating sites to lure women.
Botes said that ZEMS system showed that Vumazonke hired a vehicle during the time in which Jayde was kidnapped and killed.
He said a tracking system was fitted onto the white Toyota Etios and together with the owner’s wife he went through the driver’s movements for April 21, the day Jayde was abducted outside her Stellen Glen Complex in Deacon Road, Kabega Park.
"She would say she was always alone," said her friend Cherise Swanepoel, who was recalled to the stand by prosecutor Marius Stander in Christopher's trial for Jayde's murder.