11 armed robbers arrested in midnight raid in Maruta – Pindula News
Police and other security agencies arrested 11 armed thieves at the Maruta, Hatfield shopping center in Harare on Thursday.
In a statement, National Police spokesperson Deputy Commissioner Paul Nyathi said the incident occurred around 3:30 a.m. today.
Below is the police statement:
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ARREST OF ARMED THIEVES IN HARARE
Police of the Republic of Zimbabwe confirm the arrest of eleven suspects in connection with an armed robbery case which occurred at the Maruta, Hatfield shopping center in Harare on February 25, 2021 at around 3:30 a.m.
Police and other security officials were manning a roadblock along Seke / Delport Road when they received reports that a complainant (30) was being attacked at the Maruta shopping center.
They reacted to the information and went to the scene and arrested Tatenda Manongwa (26), Jabulani Majoni (32), Blessing Mabhureni (27), John Machingauta (26), Piyson Pamehenza (adult male). ), Lawrance Kwashira (20), Tinashe Nyamaumba (25), Professor Majaya (28), Ashington Chamunorwa (31), Tashinga Madzana (adult male) and Farai Mangwanani (32) who were armed with two rifles 303, iron bars, a sjambok and a catapult.
The suspects were pulled over before taking anything from the complainant.
Police investigations are underway to establish the origin of the firearms. Meanwhile, the victim was taken to Mbuya Dorcas hospital for medical treatment.
Police in the Republic of Zimbabwe have stepped up their efforts to account for groups of thieves moving around the country and attacking members of the public, including motorists, businessmen and people walking or traveling alone.