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Phone Tracking Leads to Robbery Suspect

Robbery suspect Moyo was arrested after the phone stolen from the robbery was recovered from his girlfriend Fungai

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Phone Tracking Leads to Robbery Suspect

A SUSPECTED robber was betrayed by a cellphone he gave to his girlfriend which was tracked back to him.

The suspect, Prosper Moyo, was not asked to plead when he appeared before Harare magistrate Marewanazvo Gofa.

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The court heard that on September 2, Moyo approached the complainant Tawanda Zinyenga, whose car was parked at the Mbare rank.

Moyo hired Zinyenga to take him to the corner of Ardbennie Road for a fare of US$5.

As they were on the way, Moyo allegedly instructed Zinyenga to stop before they reached their destination,

He asked him to help him carry his bags to a nearby house.

As soon as Zinyenga disembarked, he was struck by an unknown object on the left side of his head and became unconscious.

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Moyo took the car keys and money. He drove off, leaving Zinyenga for dead. Zinyenga received assistance from passersby who took him to the hospital.

The car was recovered in Epworth where it had been dumped. Moyo was arrested after the phone stolen from the robbery was recovered from his girlfriend Fungai Mushapaidze.


MORE than 300 illegal structures in Retreat, Waterfalls, Harare were on Friday last week razed to the ground to allow Emmanuel Makandiwa’s United Family International Church (UFIC) to occupy the land which the families had been allocated by suspected Zanu PF-linked land barons.

Phone Tracking Leads to Robbery Suspect

The demolition took place in an area popularly known as kumaCongo because some of the illegal stands were occupied by Congolese who bought them from a land baron who was popularly known as Nkomo, but is now deceased.

There was heavy presence of anti-riot police ordering people to leave by 1530hrs on Friday ahead of the demolitions.

UFIC founder and leader, Makandiwa had in December last year given the illegal settlers reprieve to afford them ample time to remove their structures on their own and salvage whatever they could to minimise losses.


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