HOME National News Crime 7 NOTORIUS CRIMINALS ARRESTED IN BLANTYRE: PISTOL WITH LIVE AMMUNITION RECOVERED

7 NOTORIUS CRIMINALS ARRESTED IN BLANTYRE: PISTOL WITH LIVE AMMUNITION RECOVERED

0
4

Police in Blantyre have arrested 7 people believed to be notorious criminals who have been terrorizing residential areas in the city.

Among items recovered are pistol with four live ammunition and various household items worth millions of kwacha.

There has been a series of recent criminal offenses in Blantyre including the breaking into at Reserve Bank of Malawi Club House and other business establishments in Blantyre which led to the arrests of the suspects.

According to Blantyre Police Publicist Augustus Nkhwazi, the recovered items are plasma, television screens, nine laptop computers and home theaters.

Nkhwazi said the owner of the pistol Damiano Nkhata is at large and asked people to provide information that may lead to his arrest.

“We received complaints towards the end of August and early September this year about breaking into offences. Following these complaints, Blantyre Police, through its CID Department carried out a sweeping exercise on September 5 resulting in the arrest of several suspects. Among those suspects are 7 people connected to brutal offences. Nkhwazi said.”

Nkhwazi further said that law enforcers will remain vigilant with various interventions to ensure safety of life and property in the country.

Police in Blantyre have arrested 7 people believed to be notorious criminals who have been terrorizing residential areas in the city.

Among items recovered are pistol with four live ammunition and various household items worth millions of kwacha.

There has been a series of recent criminal offenses in Blantyre including the breaking into at Reserve Bank of Malawi Club House and other business establishments in Blantyre which led to the arrests of the suspects.

According to Blantyre Police Publicist Augustus Nkhwazi, the recovered items are plasma, television screens, nine laptop computers and home theaters.

Nkhwazi said the owner of the pistol Damiano Nkhata is at large and asked people to provide information that may lead to his arrest.

“We received complaints towards the end of August and early September this year about breaking into offences. Following these complaints, Blantyre Police, through its CID Department carried out a sweeping exercise on September 5 resulting in the arrest of several suspects. Among those suspects are 7 people connected to brutal offences. Nkhwazi said.”

Nkhwazi further said that law enforcers will remain vigilant with various interventions to ensure safety of life and property in the country.

PALIBE NDEMANGA

ZIMENE MUMAKONDA

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here