Orange robbed of cellphones worth P30,000


PALAPYE: Thieves have robbed Orange Botswana Serowe office P30,000 worth mobile phones on Saturday.

According to Serowe police station commander, Superintendent Ntatiwa they received a call from a Grembo’s security guard in the wee hours of Saturday that Orange shop was broken into. He said that suspicions are that a capstone was used to break the big front window of the store and thereafter the culprits used the hole that was created to enter the store.

“The incident happened around 2am and only display cellphones were stolen during the incident. Unfortunately, we have not yet arrested anyone in connection to the matter,” said Ntatiwa.

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