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Camera thief faces wrath of law

Mon, 16 May 2016 16:08
by staff writer
Courts

Snara Goseb, a resident of Katutura, has been charged with stealing

a camera valued at N$6000-00.

The incident took place on the 29th of April 2016 in the Katutura in

the Windhoek district. The camera is said to have been the property

of Rooinasie Queentin.

Court documents show that Goseb is currently in police custody and

will appear again on the sixth of July 2016 as the case was

postponed for further police investigations.