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Murder and robbery suspect remains in custody

04/10/2017
by Court Reporter
Courts

One of two robbery and murder suspects who appeared in the Windhoek Magistrates court this week has been denied bail.

The Two Katutura men, Moses Phillupus (21) and Sem Lukas (26) made another court appearance in which their case was postponed to November this year.

The duo has been charged with one count of robbery and one count of murder each, when they allegedly robbed and killed a minor from Oshitenda in Windhoek, during November last year.

Phillupus was again denied bail while Lukas’s bail was extended to their next court appearance on conditions that he appeared at the Windhoek magistrate’s office Mungunda Street on 7 November at 09h00.

If he fails to do some, a warrant of arrest will be issued against him in which case his bail money will be forfeited to the state.

 Lukas is expected to report to the Wanaheda police station every Monday at 8h00 and 10h00 and is not allowed to leave Windhoek without consulting the investigating officer of the case.