Suspects stole goods valued at N$300 000

Tujoromajo Kasuto

The Ohangwena Police are in search of unknown suspects for housebreaking and stealing goods valued at N$331 340 in Omhito location, Eenhana between 30 June and 15 July this year.

According to the Police’s crime investigations coordinator in Ohangwena, deputy commissioner Zacharia Amakali, the incident took place while the complainant, Zimbabwean national and the owner was outside the country.

‘’It is alleged that the unknown suspect(s) used an unknown object to break the burglar doors of the residence of a Zimbabwean complainant while the owner was outside the country. The suspect(s) gained entrance and took items valued at N$331 340 without owner’s consent. No recovery of the items was made and no arrest yet. Police investigation continues.’’

The items stolen include one LG 4K Blu-ray player, one Klipsch RP-8000f floor standing speaker, Perlegear speaker stands (two), one HP Deskjet printer, Honda CRF250L motorcycle, licence plate N213-373W, light blue Scott Aspect 950.

Other items are LG 65-inch TV, Canon digital camera, 1 pair of Sony headphones, Wahl electric shaver, HP laptop, laptop Toshiba and one pair of Bushnell natural-view binoculars, for casserole dishes, one leather coat, two Zity Polo T-Shirt.

By Observer