Two suspects (ages 31 and 37) have been arrested in Windhoek's Greenwell Matongo after executing a botched robbery of a Ford Ranger and other valuables at Auas View Park, Auasblick.

According to the Namibian Police, five masked suspects armed with firearms and knives broke into the victims' house and held them at gunpoint before tying them up with cables.

Other than the double-cab Ford Ranger, several other properties were stolen, including jewellery, six cellphones, one laptop, a gold ring, and N$51,000 in cash.

The total value of the stolen goods, including the Ford Ranger, is N$655,200.

The police have also seized the getaway vehicle and recovered N$10,300 in the pocket of one suspect.

The white Ford Ranger was found abandoned on the B1 Road. 

The police investigation is still ongoing, as is the tracing of other suspects.




Emil Xamro Seibeb