TEN armed robbers raided Mukuvisi
Woodlands early Saturday morning and
got away with over US$17 300 cash after
attacking two security guards who were
manning the premises.
When police attended the scene, they
recovered US$5 030 which was scattered
all over the area.
No arrests have been made and
investigations are still in progress.
National police spokesperson Assistant
Commissioner Paul Nyathi confirmed the
The ZRP is investigating an armed
robbery case which occurred at Mukuvisi
Woodlands, Harare on January 8, 2022 at
about 0110 hours. Ten unknown male
suspects armed with an unidentified rifle,
catapults, hammers and iron bars
stormed the premises before capturing
two guards and a caretaker.
“The suspects stole US$17 320 cash,
laptops and cellphones all valued at
US$19 040 and fled. Meanwhile Police
recovered US$5 030 scattered on the
scene of the crime,” he said.
Meanwhile, police have urged the pul
to be wary of using private and
unregistered vehicles as means of
This comes after on Saturday at about
0630hrs, a 35-year-old Harare man
boarded a black unregistered Nissan
Porte vehicle with three occupants at
Chadcombe destined for the CBD before
being robbed of cash amounting to US$1
500 at Corner Samora Machel Avenue
and Chinhoyi Street.
In another case, a Harare woman aged 29
boarded an unregistered Blue Honda Fit
vehicle with three occupants at 10th
Street, Warren Park destined for the CBD
before the suspects diverted the route
into the National Sports Stadium and took
off her blouse and bra.