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Notorious Zim armed robber’s passport fraudulent

PINI BOTHOKO
Oscar Ncube. PIC. MORERI SEJAKGOMO
A passport belonging to the notorious Zimbabwean armed robbery, Oscar Ncube, is fraudulent.

The Investigating Officer, detective senior superintendent Sergeant Marapo revealed this when giving evidence before Magistrate Lechane Oto today (Wednesday).

Together with three others, Ncube, aged 36, is facing four counts of armed robbery and one count of cruelty to animals after allegedly robbing a Chinese business, Steel Galaxy, money amounting to P20,000, a CCTV system and mobile phones.

Marapo also asked for the reinstatement of Ncube’s armed robbery case that was withdrawn after he was granted bail and disappeared in 2014.

The Investigating Officer said the names and the photo

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on the passport belongings to Ncube but the passport number belongs to one Luke Ndoro aged 52. He said following suspicisions that the Ncube’s passport might be fraudulent he went to Tlokweng border post to check if it was genuine and discovered that the passport number belongs to Ndoro not Ncube.

He told court that the copy of the accused persons’ fingerprints and copy of his fraudulent passport has been sent to Interpol Harare to check his true identity and they are awaiting response.



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