Police in Ruwa arrested a man (25) for raping a juvenile (15) on 9/02/21 at about 1700 hrs. The suspect invited the victim for private lessons and raped her. Meanwhile, The ZRP is warning parents against trusting strangers in executing private lessons with children.
Members of the public are warned against boarding private transport or Mushikashika vehicles. The warning follows a case of rape which occurred in Chitungwiza in December 2020, where a juvenile (14) was offered by a lift by a man who later raped her.
The victim did not divulge the offence to anyone until February 2021 after discovering that she was pregnant. #notorape
Members of the public are warned against leaving or moving around with large sums of cash in their vehicles. On 6/02/21, a male adult (62) years left his female employee (28) in his vehicle whilst proceeding to a shop at Hillside shopping centre, Bulawayo to buy food.
An unknown male adult approached the employee and told her that she was wanted in the shop by her employer. She then left the vehicle unlocked and went into the shop. The employer became suspicious on seeing his employee in the shop asking him why he had called her
He rushed out to the vehicle and discovered that a laptop bag containing cash (USD11 000.00) and a pistol had been stolen. #notocrime
In a related case which occurred in West Nicholson on 16/01/21, a woman (71) had a misunderstanding with her husband (75) over the time to take a rest from their fields work. The wife then hit her husband on the back with the hoe.
The husband sustained a deep cut. In retaliation, the husband picked the hoe and hit his wife on the back of the head and she also sustained a deep cut.
The ZRP is investigating a murder case which occurred in Mbembesi where two brothers fought after a misunderstanding over herding cattle. The case occurred on 25/01/21 when the young brother (56) assaulted his elder brother (70) with a log several times all over the body.
The ZRP confirms that on 08/02/21, 3 282 people were arrested for various COVID-19 violations, of those, 935 were for failing to wear masks. On 09/02/21, a total of 3 671 people were arrested for COVID-19 related violations, of those 1 077 were for failing to wear mask
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