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Four men charged with vehicle theft

Tue, 16 August 2016 19:25
by Johanna Mafwila
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Aino Thomas (28), Phillipus Shikale (26), David Sheehama (35) and Linus Itembu (30), all residents of Katutura, have been charged with stealing a vehicle belonging to Namib Mills/Trevor Gregory Van Der Ross. The incident is believed to have taken place on the eighth of December 2015 near the Windhoek district. The vehicle, a Toyota Forklift, is valued at N$368 000. Three suspects, except Itembu, are out on bail for N$3 000 each and will appear in court on the 18th of August 2016 due to further investigations taking place.