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Man steals television

Mon, 4 July 2016 20:13
by staff writer
Courts

Johannes Iiukilwa (24) has been charged with unlawfully obtaining a 44 inch Samsung television set valued at N$6 600, lawfully belonging to Jacques Feris, in a robbery.
Iiukilwa is a resident of Erf 10401 Clemence Kapuuo in Katutura. The incident is believed to have taken place on the 13th of January 2015 in the Northern Industrial area near Windhoek.
The case has been postponed to the 31 January 2017 as a witness was absent, The suspect is out on bail for N$800 court documents show.