Four cases of armed robbery reported to Namibian Police in Windhoek alone

WINDHOEK: Four cases of armed robbery were reported to the Namibian Police over the weekend in Windhoek alone.

A man was held at gunpoint, stabbed and robbed off his motor vehicle – a taxi – on Saturday at around 03h00 in the Khomasdal residential area.

The Head of the Namibian Police Force (NamPol)’s Public Relations Division, Deputy Commissioner Edwin Kanguatjivi said at the weekly crime briefing in the capital yesterday the suspect also got away with N.dollars 610 in cash.

No arrests have been made yet, and police investigations into the matter continue.

In the Golgota residential area, a man was held at gunpoint and robbed of his cellphone and glasses at around 03h15 on Saturday morning, while at Greenwell Matongo, a student was also held at gunpoint on the same day.

He was robbed of his cellphone, shirt, a hot plate, four duvets and a school bag.

In another incident which took place on Saturday between 20h00 and 23h00, a man was shot three times by an unknown person who robbed him of N.dollars 500 and a cellphone in Monte Christo Road.