Over 300 arrested as police conduct operation ‘Nyama Yabvepi’. The ZRP has intensified an operation code-named ‘Nyama Yabvepi’, targeting stock theft and other related offences.
The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has arrested over three people as the force intensifies an operation code-named Nyama Yabvepi [where did the meat come from.] Pindula News presents the police statement that notified of the arrests.
On 05/11/21, 318 arrests were made and of these, 8 were for stock theft while 310 were for other offences. The operation is intensified when cases of stock theft have been rising lately. In another update, police said some cattle stolen from Botswana were recovered from Gwanda. Said the police:
Police in Tuli are investigating a case of stock theft where 15 cattle stolen from Botswana, were recovered at Ngoma Village, Gwanda. On 04/11/21, two complainants tracking the spoor of their cattle from the neighbouring country approached ZRP Nhwali Base, leading to the recovery of the cattle in a fenced field belonging to the suspect Sakile Sibanda.
Meanwhile, Police are seeking the whereabouts of the suspect. Two months ago, Botswana’s presidency ordered an official inquiry into livestock theft on that country’s border with Zimbabwe.
The nine-member commission was established to conduct an inquiry in Bobirwa constituency, across the Tuli River in Matabeleland South which for several kilometres serves as the border between the two countries.
Source – Pindula News
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