Police Arrest Two in Ndirande, Several Items Recovered
Police have arrested two people in Ndirande township in Blantyre where several pieces of property valued close to K5 million have been recovered.
South West Region Police Deputy Public Relations Officer Sub Inspector Beatrice Mikuwa has confirmed the arrest.
Mikuwa says the two, Lameck Chirimba and Moses Chiusa were apprehended after the Criminal Investigation Department police officers executed an intelligence led operation at Magjiga in Ndirande.
“Be informed that Lameck Chirimba was on the wanted list after absconding the court bail and later went on to terrorize people.
“We have managed to recover several items like plasma screens, mixers, laptops and several other household items,” said Sub Inspector Mikuwa.
Lamaeck Chirimba aged 29 comes from Adam village TA Nsamala in Balaka while Moses Chiusa, 22 comes from Magiga TA Kapeni in Blantyre.
The arrest of the two comes when residents in Blantyre and other parts of the country have been complaining of security lapses where among others street kids are attacking and robbing people.
But Mikuwa says police have now increased visibility ready to arrest any suspected criminals.