Taking after aggregate endeavors both from the Malawi Police Service and the overall population, the police in the Central region has developed a splendid result by recording few instances of robbery of engine vehicles and in the process recuperating all the engine vehicles which were accounted for stolen from January to June this year.
A cording to a report from the officer In-charge Anti Motor Vehicle robbery unit in Lilongwe Superintendent Chrissie Mwale has demonstrated that out of five engine vehicles which were stolen in the central region, four vehicles have been recouped ensuing to the astute driven examinations by the unit.
This has developed another accomplishment as eleven engine vehicles which the unit recorded in 2015, nine vehicles were recovered a year ago amid the same time frame.
Just this year the police has as of now figured out how to secure six convicts of such sort of lawbreakers including persons involved over burglaries of engine vehicles while eight others are as yet noting charges in court. Their feelings have swung to be a potential obstacle measure subsequently the lessening in the reported instances of engine vehicle burglaries.
Concurrent operations like the Operation USALAMA which occurred on June 29th and 30 where four security accomplices including the Interpol, Malawi Police Service, the Immigration and the National Intelligence Bureau (NIB) together figured out how to recuperated five hot autos which are believed to have been stolen from South Africa and suspects are noting distinctive charges in court.
On the same note the police is speaking to the overall population that taking after security extreme in the nation, crooks ceased the pattern of auto capturing which was being utilized beforehand now they are a wearing sheep skin acting like potential auto contract clients while they are cheats in the process victimizing vehicles. It is to this information that all auto proprietors need to confirm the validity of their eventual clients before procuring.
In a related development, the Anti engine vehicle robbery unit on July 12 recuperated two engine vehicles a Toyota Grand Hiace enlistment number AIB 241 and unregistered Toyota corolla while in procedure capturing a 28 year old Alfred Phiri of Chibwana village in the area of Traditional Authority ( TA ) Msamala, in Balaka district who falsely acquired the vehicles from outside Malawi suspected to have been stolen.
The suspect was captured taking after a tip-off from an enthusiastic subject who uncovered to the police about the matter. After a careful follow-up was made, police examinations built up that both vehicles were stolen from Zambia after him (the associate) snared the keys with the vehicles from the proprietors’ homes and drove them to Malawi.
In the interim the police is encouraging all Malawians to keep presenting with data prompting the capture of all offenders that are bringing about ruin inside our groups.