Armed robbers on prowl

Senior Superintendent Paul Oketsang PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Senior Superintendent Paul Oketsang PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Armed robberies are suddenly now common in the once calm Central District as criminals are wrecking havoc in the area disturbing people’s peace and security even in the comfort of their homes.

As such, people in the area are reported to be now living in constant fear of criminals who continue to torment them in their sleep hence suspecting a syndicate of armed robbers might be on the prowl.

Even though police revealed to have observed a general decline in crime which proceeded the festive season, from November 1st 2022 to January 5th 2023 they recorded a total number of 70 cases of robbery cases, which happened at various places countrywide.

Editor's Comment
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