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Men steal body lotion

Mon, 18 April 2016 16:23
by courts writer

Lebeus David (23) and Verde Hashondali (20) have been accused of stealing products worth N$500.00.

David is a resident of Erf 174 Omutili Street, while Hashondali is a resident of Erf 138 also in Omutili Street in the Windhoek district.

The incident is alleged to have taken place on the 30th of December 2015 in the Lafrenz area of Northern Industry, where the two accused are said to have stolen 12 bottles of Clere body lotion and 21 tomato cocktails that where in the legal possession of Jan Harius. 

Both suspects are out on bail for N$700.00 and will appear again in court on the 31st of May due to further investigations.

In another case of theft Ben Consagrath (21) has been charged with theft from a motor vehicle.

Consagrath is alleged to have stolen a handbag containing an Iphone valued at N$15 000.00, a driver’s licence, identity document, an FNB Gold credit card, a social security card, a student card, cash amounting to N$450.00, a notebook and lease agreement belonging to Saara Nambuli. Court documents show the incident took place on the second of April 2016.

The suspect is out on bail for the total amount of N$3000.00 and will appear again in court on the 17th of May 2016 due to further investigations.