Laptops stolen from Namib Mills

07 Feb 2016 18:00pm
WINDHOEK, 07 FEB (NAMPA) – Six suspects stole laptops and desktop computers from Namib Mills in Windhoek’s Northern Industrial Area Friday night.
Namibian Police Force (NamPol) spokesperson, Chief Inspector Kauna Shikwambi said at a media briefing on Sunday the incident took place at around 22h00.
The suspects stole two laptops and three computers.
The suspects have not yet been arrested and police investigations continue.
In a separate incident in Windhoek, unknown men broke the safety gate of a house in Anemone Street in Khomasdal on Saturday. They forced open the door with a screwdriver to gain entrance to the house at around 02h40.
The incident took place at 02h40 while the occupants of the house were sleeping.
The owner of the house woke up to investigate and came across the intruders. The suspects ordered everyone, including a pregnant woman, to lie face down.
They got away with valuable items worth an estimated N.dollars 85 500.
No injuries were reported and no arrests have been made yet.
Police investigations continue.
Two cases of housebreaking were reported in the Omusati Region, where suspects broke into church leaders' houses and stole cash and valuable items.
The suspects forced open the window of retired Bishop Kleopas Dumeni’s house at Okamboora village in the Oshifo area on Friday to gain entrance to the house.
The incident took place at an unknown time and the suspects stole N.dollars 6 000 cash and a shotgun valued at N.dollars 3 850.
The suspects have not yet been arrested and police investigations continue.
Unknown suspects broke into Pastor Maria Namwaapo's residence at the Olupumu Elcin Church in Oshikuku at 21h00 on Friday.
The suspects tied Namwaapo up with a rope and stole a vehicle; two cellphones; a camera and safe containing N.dollars 14 263.
The vehicle was recovered by NamPol near Uukwangula village in the Omusati Region on Saturday.
No arrests have been made yet and police investigations continue.
(NAMPA)
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