Possession of offensive weapons on the rise

Concerned: Police revealed to be highly concerned by the increase in possession of offensive weapons PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Concerned: Police revealed to be highly concerned by the increase in possession of offensive weapons PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

It has become abundantly clear that the country is losing the war against crime as perpetrators of petty crime, armed robbery, house breaking and theft appear to be running amok, Mmegi Staffer PINI BOTHOKO observes

Crime in general remains appallingly high especially in the Greater Gaborone as people continue to live in constant fear of criminals in the comfort of their homes and while driving their cars, issues that are currently keeping the police on their toes.

Informed by the ongoing stop, question and search strategy, the police revealed to be highly concerned by the increase in possession of offensive weapons as they always intercept cars carrying offensive weapons.

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Tighten the law on drug dealers

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