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Chinese Military Contractor Lose $1 Million in Burglary

She returned home on November 14 and found the bag open and the money missing

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Chinese Military Contractor Lose $1 Million in Burglary

Police have launched an investigation after a Chinese military contractor lost US$1 million cash that she kept at her Borrowdale Brooke home to thieves.

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Li Fang, 38, locked her room in the shared house on Villa Drive on November 5 and went to Zvishavane, leaving the stash in a bag, police said.

She returned on November 14 and found the bag open and the money missing. US$3,000 kept in a second bag was also taken.

BHer bedroom window was open and the latch had been vandalised.

Chinese Military Contractor Lose $1 Million in Burglary

According to an internal police memo of the incident seen by ZimLive:

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She advised her friends who stay at the same house and was informed that they also lost airtime worth US$120 and US$800 cash from their rooms.

The Highlands Criminal Investigations Department is leading the investigation.

Fang works at Msasa Army Factory in Harare where her company produces army uniforms in a partnership with the Zimbabwe military.


The detective who was instrumental in nailing insurance killer Rosemary Ndlovu has cracked another insurance fraud case.

This time, it’s a woman linked to her relative’s murder and who is suspected of killing four others to benefit from insurance payouts.

The 49-year-old woman was traced and arrested in Centurion on Thursday morning after a two-month investigation by detectives led by Sgt Keshi Mabunda.

The woman came under scrutiny after her female relative died in mysterious circumstances in Mmabatho in March 2023.

The relative’s death was initially ruled natural, according to police spokesperson Brig Athlenda Mathe.

For the past two months the detectives have been working on this case after a tip-off from relatives of the suspect.

Mabunda was roped in to kick-start investigations due to his expertise in solving similar cases.

Through analysis and collection of evidence, including the exhumation of a body, the team was able to link [the] suspect to the team’s first focus of the case.

The suspect will appear on a charge of murder in the Mmabatho magistrate’s court on Friday.


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