Four arrested in Kabompo for stealing computers, to appear in court soon


North-Western Province Police Chief Dennies Moola says police in Kabombo have nabbed four suspects for breaking into an office at Kamafwafwa Basic School and got away with three desktop computers and three monitors valued at K21, 000.

Moola said the suspects are expected to appear in court soon.

He said  in a statement on Friday that the suspects entered the office after they forcefully opened the door by damaging the mortise lock.

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The theft of the computers happened on Wednesday around 22:00 hours and police investigations led to the arrest of the suspected criminals.

The matter was reported to the police by one of the teachers identified as Simbuwa Nawa 55.

The suspects led the police to Mayinga district where the stolen property was recovered and they were identified by the complainant.

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