Three Tanzanians Nabbed For Housebreaking

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Three men linked to a string of house breaking incidents that have been keeping the police force in Lobatse on its toes have been arrested.

The Officer Commanding senior superintendent Paul Molapisi told The Monitor that the three, who have identified themselves as Tanzanian nationals, were arrested in possession of stolen goods and clothes.“They were found in possession of electronics like hard drives, computer mouse and clothes suspected to be stolen,” said Molapisi.

The police boss said through their stop and search they recently managed to arrest the suspects who were driving a Honda Fit.

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