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Thieves Break Into A Parked Vehicle And Steal US$3.8K

Thieves Break Into A Parked Vehicle And Steal US$3.8K

A 42-year-old Bulawayo man on Monday lost over US$3 800 to thieves who broke into his locked car he left parked in the Central Business District to thieves while he was doing some errands.

The complainant had parked his car at a side parking, closed the windows, locked all the doors and got into a shop and upon returning after ten minutes that’s when he discovered that the bag containing the money was missing from the car.

Bulawayo Provincial police spokesperson Inspector Abednico Ncube confirmed the incident. He told the Sunday News:

Investigations are being carried out by the Bulawayo police in a robbery case involving a 42-year-old man whose valuables got stolen by an unknown accused person who used unknown means to force open the passenger door and stole a brown travelling bag which was on the front passenger seat, which contained cash US$3 800, ZAR37000, national identity card and a driver’s license.

Ncube further cautioned people to desist from leaving valuable items and cash in vehicles.

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10 Comments

Sfm 2 months ago

Is this robbery


TEO events 2 months ago

@Sfm no it was a donation from a 42year old man

User 2 months ago

lm failing to buy my weekly data bundles ,lezimali ezingaka zona zibuyaphi bantu.
Don't report amasela lonyaka batshayeni nge African Science once


Mmmm 2 months ago

A F. O. O. L and his money are easily parted.
People never learn.

Trump 2 months ago

You're wise😂😂😂

VYBZ KARTEL 2 months ago

There are just too many thieves in Kuvukiland


pk 2 months ago

unofamba nemari inotenga stand mumota why.

rega vanogona kuita musoro nayo vatore hawo. Nhasi chaiye inenge ichiita circulate munyika kwete kuvharira mari muboorlt


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Mz 2 months ago

Uyu ngaabirwe, akapusa sevanhu vanovhotera Zanu pf.


Sabhuku 2 months ago

these are nolonger robberies but forced sharing of money by all means


gogodera 2 months ago

pamwe ndomhiko dzacho inodzi aisare muboot



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