Investigations instituted on 2 stolen vehicles in Lusaka

 Investigations instituted on 2 stolen vehicles in Lusaka

Staff Writer
Police have instituted investigations in a case of Theft of Motor vehicles involving a mini Pajero registration and a Toyota Noah bearing registration.

In the case of the Mini Pajero, the alleged theft occurred when the victim identified as Margaret Mulenga 50, while driving along the Ring road in Lusaka, her motor vehicle developed a mechanical fault and she parked on the roadside.

One unknown man came to offer help and soon after fixing the problem, he drove off leaving the victim standing by the roadside.

Deputy Police Spokesperson Danny Mwale said Police were alerted and immediate instituted investigations.

The incident happened on January 3, 2023 at around 09:00 hours along the Ring road.

Mr Mwale said Police are also looking for a car wash worker who is alleged to have stolen a Toyota Noah registration number BBA 6693 which was left at the car wash for washing.

He said the incident occurred on January 3, 2023 at waterfalls car wash located at waterfalls mall in lusaka.

Mr Mwale said Police initial investigations indicate that, Mwelwa Mukosha  40, left his vehicle for washing at a car wash where he found three people believed to be employees in whose custody the vehicle was left and walked back to his working place at waterfalls mall with a view of collecting the vehicle after knocking off.

“To his surprise, he did not find the vehicle at the cash wash as arranged. Upon inquiry, he was told that one of the car wash workers had driven the vehicle to unknown destination shortly after the owner left it. Investigations are ongoing,” he said.

 

Alice Nachilembe

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Alice Nachilembe is a Journalist who yearns for a better country with leaders being accountable to their mandate without oppressing the governed.