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Katutura house-breaking

Sun, 2 December 2012 18:36
by Linekela Halwoodi
Courts

Items worth N$3360 were stolen when Kandowa Ndeshipanda’s Katutura home was broken into on 23rd of last month.
The police would get a lead on Annanias Shipena, 22, from Otto Gaseb Street, Katutura, as their suspect.
He appeared in the Katutura Magistrate Court this week for house-breaking with intent to steal.
Some of the stolen items were t-shirts, puma trainers, a laptop and its charger, Crocket & Jones shoes, a white cable and blazers.
Shipena is currently out on a N$1000 bail. He told the court that he will be representing himself in this case.
He returns to court on 15th February next year. In the mean time, investigations continue.