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Housebreaking plagues Windhoek

A string of housebreakings was reported over the weekend, fueling safety concerns.
The police reported 5 housebreakings in Windhoek between Wednesday and Saturday.
Also In Wanaheda, a woman was raped before her assailants fled with her mobile phone on Saturday at about 03h45.
Also in Wanaheda, items worth N$ 83 700 were allegedly stolen on Friday, at about 15h00.
The robbers broke open the door, gained entry into the house and stole three boxes of IP TV decoders, three containers of paint, one gas stove and a gas bottle.
Also in Wanaheda, a 31-year-old woman was held at gunpoint and threatened her with a panga while the robbers allegedly took a laptop valued at N$ 6 000 on Saturday at about 04h00.
In Klein Windhoek, 5 armed men allegedly broke into a house and tied up two Chinese nationals along with their two-month-old baby and a G4S security guard and ransacked the home on Thursday between 19h00 and 23h59.
The men allegedly stole a flat-screen television set; mobile phones; cash in Namibian and US currencies as well as various bottles of alcohol; a pistol along with boxes of bullets for a hunting rifle; and boxes of cigars and cigarettes.
The value is not yet determined and the house owner is in Hong Kong due to Covid-19 pandemic.
In Cimbebasia, thieves allegedly stole items worth N$31 600 on Wednesday between 07h00 & 17h00.
It is alleged that the suspects broke into the house and stole one laptop, one television set, clothes and others.
The police have not recovered any of the items in any of the incidents and no arrests were also made yet.
Police investigation continues.

Wonder Guchu

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