Botswana: Police in Botswana intercept smuggling of stolen goods

Gaborone, Botswana (PANA) - Botswana police have intercepted suspected stolen laptops in a Zimbabwe bound bus.

Police spokesperson Witness Boseja on Thursday said the gadgets were discovered during a routine search.

“The bus was stopped on a routine stop, question and search crime management initiative at Ramokgwebana Boarder Post on Monday afternoon,” said Boseja, adding that no arrest has been made in connection with the incident as no one accounted for the gadgets.

Boseja said police found items that included 11 laptops and accessories, four of which have been positively identified by the owners and linked with different break-in cases that were reported in the capital, Gaborone.

Several Zimbabweans have been arraigned before local courts for crimes related to house break-ins.
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05 october 2017 16:22:02




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