Police in Zimbabwe detained seven armed robbers targeted at farms, service stations and shopping areas in Mashandland. There are still five others.
The suspects are Jerry Mei (27), Gainmore Mucheni (30), Lazarus Tulani Mathull (31), John Moringva (31), Lloyd Muffin (31), Brighton Mournak (31) and Henry Sekai (27). The police said they had linked them to the case of eight robberies.
Senior police assistant commander Charlie Charamba confirmed the captives.
"It's home-based robbery targeted at the Umsa farm in Freeport, fuel depots, the Chipmund Park in Chipmund (Bindura), the Chavehaczia Business Center, the House of Hivaridzo and the Shiarrenno Business Center," he said. said.
Snr Asst Comm Charamba on November 6 detectives detained suspects in Toyota Wish (AEW 0755), a gray Toyota, in the Mackenzie business center in Domboława.
They are the Akdal TR02 9x19mm pistol with a black round 10 rounds bullet, a Star pistol, a 26 × 12 round jacket, 9 cellphone boxes, $ 1 230.65 $ bills and coins, $ 9,000 to $ 47 a toy gun.
"Zimbabwean police have mobilized their intelligence systems across the country and take into account all the robbery syndicates, which usually turn into business vehicles, businesses, and individuals," says Szr Assst Komaramba.
He called on members of society to continue to provide information about the criminals' movement and warned people against buying large amounts of money.
In addition, the Bindura Criminal Investigation Department (IDB) is looking for five suspects in binaura.
They are Hirmaba, Epworth, Ismael Mudongira (23), Kuwadzah 1123, 4456 Glen View, Mugove Chimuti (28) and 1414 Kuwadzana Musarurva Guthsa (42) Tinassee Musa (37) Extensions, Harare.
CID official spokesman, Detective Assistant Inspector Gidelocan, said the suspects were police officers.
In one of the cases, on May 23, 2017, the plan was to rob seven complainants around the band, Aerindrome, and Bindura.
"In order to succeed, their mission was to drive them to a juvenile and use them on a car and use it as a feed," says Detective Assst Insh in Gondokon. "At 01:30 that day, the suspects came to the first complainant at Airrodrom, Bindura, and accused him of selling a kidnapped car.
"They were arrested and the second complaint was met. They forced the two complainers into the alley between the two shops and forced them into the ground.
"They put the hands of the complainants together with the driver, took their cell phones and left them to protect one."
Detective Asst Insp Gondokondo said the suspects used the same method to rob four other victims in various shops around Bendura, Aerodrome.
They also plundered $ 1,300 bonds, other victims of $ 1,300, and in some cases victims. The Herald