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Teen (14) interrogated for theft

Mon, 4 March 2013 05:24
by Chris-Paul
Courts


A 14-year old boy from Windhoek West was brought in at the Windhoek Central Police Station to be questioned after a N$100 disappeared from a vehicle.  
The money was stolen from a car in the area of Louis Botha in Windhoek North and the boy was suspected of the theft because he had been seen near the car.
No theft case was lodged against him because the owner of the vehicle could not prove that he was indeed the one who stole the money and he was released eventually.