Three armed robbers intercepted a liquor delivery truck along Chakari-Chegutu Road on Saturday evening and robbed the crew of US$25 000 cash.
Police said the armed gang, which comprised two men and a woman, intercepted the vehicle and robbed the truck driver and his assistant of cash and two cellphones. Police posted on their Twitter page:
The ZRP is investigating a robbery case which occurred on 16/07/22 at around 1700 hours along Chakari-Chegutu Road at the 7km peg.
Two unidentified men and a woman armed with unknown rifles intercepted a liquor delivery truck before stealing US$25 000 cash as well as two cellphones from the driver and his assistant.
Police have appealed for anyone with information that may lead to the arrest of the suspects to contact any nearest Police Station.
In an unrelated development, the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP), said armed robbers pounced on the Vehicle Inspectorate Department depot in Bulawayo and went away with US$1150 and ZWL$255 000 cash. Police said:
The ZRP is investigating a robbery case which occurred on 15/07/22 at Vehicle Inspection Depot in Bulawayo.
Eight unidentified suspects armed with iron bars as well as screwdrivers attacked three security guards who were on duty at the depot before stealing US$1150 and ZWL$255 000 cash.
The suspects disarmed one of the security guards and stole a 303 rifle, serial number 556340HW38 with no ammunition.