Between 08-12-2017 and 11-12-2017 at Erf 7 Von Burgdorf street Klein Windhoek unknown suspect broke into the said residence and stole four (4) fire arms, a 9mm pistol, a revolver, a small pistol and a gas pistol. more...
Klein Windhoek: Between 8 and 10 December 2017 at number 15 Kuiseb street Eros. It is alleged that unknown suspect broke into the said residence and stole good valued at N$366 300-00 and two (2) vehicles. Nature of properties: Samsung TV, 2 Lap-Tops, Iphone, Suicases beddings, clothing, electrical appliances, car apple Ipods, GPS cutleries, foodstuff including meat.
On Saturday 9 December 2017 at about 10h00 Indongo Toyota, it is alleged that two male persons alleged to be father and son, visited Indongo Toyota under the pretext of buying a vehicle valued at N$490 000-00 and allegedly ask to take it for a test drive. It is further alleged that one employee was assigned to accompany the duo for the test drive.
It is further alleged that, at Ned Bank the alleged father disembark from the vehicle in order to transfer money into the company’s account for the purchase of the vehicle while the alleged son proceeded with the company’s employee. It is further alleged that on Western-by pass the company’s employee was pepper sprayed and pushed out of the vehicle and the suspect drove off.
On 9 December 2017 at about 00h00, a 50 years old Namibian male was on his way from church. He disembarked from a taxi at Havana 4way stop when 4 unknown male emerged from behind the big yellow Municipal dustbin and held him at a gun point while demanding to surrender everything he has in his possession.
They threaten to stab him with a knife. One of the suspects shot him with a pistol on the left leg above the knee when he refused to hand over what they wanted and trying to fight them. They robbed him of cell phone and a wallet containing a N$50-00 before fleeing the scene.
Okahandja Park: On 8 December 2017 at about 10h30 an operation on Wanaheda CR 303/12/2017 was conducted successfully and 2x Pangolin skins to the value of N$100 000-00 was recovered and two Namibian males of the age of 33 years and 45 years were arrested.