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Man steals running shoes but cannot run away from the law

Mon, 1 August 2016 19:12
by Johanna Mafwila
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Bunani Uirab (19) has been charged with stealing a pair of Addidas shoes valued at N$399-95 belonging to Jjohaness Johaness on the third of July 2016 near Omulunga Street Hakahana, in the Windhoek district. Court documents show the shoes have not been recovered but the suspect is currently out on bail for N$ 400 and is due to appear in court on the 27th of September 2016 to enable him to acquire legal aid.