Tutume police engage Zim Interpol

Tutume police engage Zim Interpol
Tutume police engage Zim Interpol

FRANCISTOWN: Tutume police have engaged the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) through International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) to assist in identifying an unknown dead man suspected to originate from Zimbabwe.

According to Tutume police station commander, superintendent Jerry Halahala, the suspected unknown Zimbabwean national committed suicide between February 24 and 25 in Nkange village.

Halala said the 26-year-old man hanged himself from a tree using a rope at Ipongo ward. He indicated that the matter was reported by passersby who were running their personal errands in the area. Halahala added: “After the matter was reported to the police, villagers were unable to identify the man. It was after two days that some Zimbabwean natives reached out and gave us information regarding the man who they claimed also originated from Zimbabwe.” Furthermore, he said the informers were shocked that the man took his life as they described him as brave and was always in a cheerful mood.

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