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Man appears for in court for theft

Thu, 25 September 2014 20:12
by Nangula Hambuda
Courts

A man appeared in the Katutura Magistrate’s Court for breaking into a Katutura home and attempting to steal computer equipment to the value of N$10 4000.
Albert Narimab (20) first appeared in court in September 2013 with three other men, whom he’d been arrested with. Lazarus Tjenda (20), Kerrold Gawaseb (17) and Howard Namiseb (19) were absent for this appearance.
The case was postponed several times, as two of his co-accused repeatedly absconded the court appearances. During the last appearance, last week, the case was postponed to the end of November.  Tjenda and Gawaseb have been missing for their last three appearances, and warrants of arrest were issued for them on