Friday, November 27, 2020

Four Zimbabwean men charged with vehicle break-ins

A group of four Zimbabweans has been breaking into cars in Francistown ÔÇô it was revealed in court last week.

The quartet appeared before Principal Magistrate Peggy Madandume in Francistown on Friday facing charges of breaking into vehicles, from which one of the accused stole a car radio.

The accused, Gift Mathumo, Uyapo Ncube, Nkosiyazi Ncube and Justice Chifurise, are alleged to have broken into a string of vehicles in Francistown’s Block 4 on the 25th of February with the intention to steal.

The state prosecutor brought before court that all of the accused be remanded in custody bearing in mind that they might temper with the police investigations. He also brought before the court that some of the accused men do not have traveling documents.

The four suspects will remain in custody as police investigations continue.

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