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Gweru fugitive killer finally extradited

Peter Dube has been deported from Mozambique because of fake national identity and passport documents.

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FUGITIVE suspected killer Peter Dube, who was a car dealer, will finally face justice in Zimbabwe, after being on the run for nearly three years.

Mozambique extradited him today.

In a statement police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi confirmed the latest development.

“The ZRP confirms that murder and attempted murder suspect, Peter Dube has been deported from Mozambique because of fake national identity and passport documents. A team of ZRP detectives will receive him at 1405 hours at Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport.”

Dube was wanted by the ZRP for fatally shooting three people and injuring another in Gweru in  2021.

He is alleged to have fled to South Africa, before relocating to Eswatini and later to Ireland.

However, luck ran out for Dube on 14 June, after he was arrested and convicted of violating Ireland’s immigration laws.

He was deported to Mozambique after claiming to be a citizen of that country having fraudulently acquired a passport.

The ZRP, through Interpol, then sought Dube’s extradition from Mozambique.

Allegations are that on 23 April 2021, Dube, fatally shot his second wife, Nyasha Nharingo’s suspected lover Shelton Chinhango.

After shooting Chinhango, he then killed his wife’s best friend, Gamuchirai Mudungwe.

Dube allegedly went on to shoot Nyasha and her sister Nyaradzo, and the latter died in hospital.

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The suspect allegedly duped unsuspecting victims of their money promising them to deliver maize and groceries in Southerton, Harare.

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The ZRP is appealing for information which may lead to the arrest of Charity Matenga (39) who is being sought in connection with a case of theft of trust property.

The suspect allegedly duped unsuspecting victims of their money promising them to deliver maize and groceries in Southerton, Harare.

Anyone with information to contact Harare Operations on (0242) 748836 or National Complaints Desk on (0242) 703631 or WhatsApp on 0712800197.

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Fake police nabbed for US$600 robbery

The pair introduced themselves as members of the Zimbabwe Republic Police and President’s Office before attacking the victim and stealing US$600 cash.

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Police have arrested in Harare Cephas Nyamajiwa (25) on kidnapping, robbery and impersonation charges.

Nyamajiwa together with an accomplice, only identified as Manyerere, forced the victim in their motor vehicle, a Toyota Chaser , registration number ADE 2313, on 6 April this year at a bus stop along Seke Road in Graniteside.

The pair introduced themselves as members of the Zimbabwe Republic Police and President’s Office before attacking the victim and stealing US$600 cash.

The victim was dumped at Chikwanha Shopping Centre in Chitungwiza

Swift reaction by the police following a report made by the victim led to the arrest of Nyamajiwa and recovery of the suspects’ getaway vehicle and a pair of handcuffs.

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Kadoma pair nabbed for stealing 28 cattle

Acting on a tip off a police crack team raided the pair’s residence in Eiffel Flats in Kadoma.

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POLICE   have arrested two suspects in connection with a spate of stock theft cases that occurred   in Kadoma.

According to a police statement, Francis Masvora (54) and Takudzwa Masvora  (26)  are alleged to be involved in the theft of 28 cattle in and around the Turf area  from January last year to  February this year.

Acting on a tip off a police crack team raided the pair’s residence in Eiffel Flats in Kadoma.

Following investigations, the pair could not account for 15 cattle found in their possession.

The arrest led to the recovery of eight cows, four heifers, one bull and two calves from the suspects’ kraal.

The recovered cattle were all positively identified by five complainants.

Further investigations led to the recovery of 13 cattle sold to five buyers.

The value of the 28 recovered cattle is US $14 000.

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