Several burglaries reported in Windhoek over weekend

Items valued at N.dollars 70 000 were stolen from a house in Dorado Park in Windhoek in the Khomas region after burglars gain entry into the house on Friday night.

According to the Namibian Police Force (NamPol) weekend crime report, it is alleged that between Friday and Sunday, the suspect (s) broke into a house in Sweethorn street in Dorado park at around stealing the valuables.

“ It is alleged that the suspect (s) jumped the boundary wall and gained entry into the house and stole a television set, laptop computer and pieces of jewellery at a combined value of N.dollars 70 000,” said the report.

It says no arrest nor a recovery have been made so far and police investigations continue.

In another similar incident, two laptop computers, cell phone and an external hard drive were stolen between Friday and Saturday, at Montana Heights in Kleine Kuppe.

The report says the suspects gained entry into the house when they allegedly broke the window of the house and stole the items.

The items are valued at a combined value of N.dollars 28 000.

According to the report, no arrest has been made so far nor a recovery and police investigations continue.

Still, in Kleine Kuppe at around 22h00 in Tobias Akuenye street, burglars gained entry into the house and stole a laptop computer valued at N.dollars 12 000.

No arrest nor a recovery made so far.

In another similar incident, household items valued at N.dollars 27 000 were stolen on Friday afternoon in Lardner Street in Pioonerspark.

“It is alleged that suspect(s) broke the main gate, gained entry into the house and stole household items,” said the report.

Still, in the Khomas Region, a case of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft was registered at the Katutura police station after KFC was broken into on Sunday.

The report says the suspects allegedly damaged the yard fence and broke the wooded back door and gained entry into the shop.

It says the suspects stole petty cash of about N.dollars 4000 including a Television set, microwave, laptop computer, alarm computer box and a monitor.“The microwave was recovered abandoned in the riverbed and no arrest made yet. Police investigations continue,” read the report.

Source: Namibia Press Agency