Two suspects arrested in Beefco robbery at Walvis


The police in the Erongo Region have arrested two suspects in connection with Wednesday's robbery at Beefco Meat Market in Walvis Bay.

The two suspects were allegedly shopping at the mall when members of the public tipped the police off.

Police say the suspects have similar cases in the Oshana and |Khomas regions.

It is alleged that four men held the Beefco Meat Market manager at gunpoint and fled with cash and items worth N$107,000.

Suspects in Rudolf Ngondo Primary School's robbery appear in Rundu Magistrate's Court


Two men who were arrested in connection with the robbery of a teacher at Rundu's Rudolf Ngondo Primary School last week appeared in the Rundu Magistrate's Court today.

Annanias Amutenya, 27 years old, and Paulus Shaanika, 33, were arrested at a bar in the Sikanduko neighborhood on Thursday.

The getaway car was also found hidden in a yard at the Sauyema location.

NamPol's acting Regional Commander for Kavango East, Deputy Commissioner Eino Nambahu, said the silver Polo sedan is believed to have been hired from Independence Car Hire in Windhoek.

Robbers flee with more than N$1.5 million in Walvis Bay


A cash-in-transit vehicle of Namibia Protection Services was robbed by armed criminals at Walvis Bay while loading cash boxes during the early hours of Saturday.

The robbers took seven cash boxes collected from various shops that were held inside the vehicle, totaling N$1.6 million.

They also took the security guards' pistols, cellphones, and a Motorola hand radio.

The seven shops in question were Woerman Brock branches in Kuisebmond, Narraville, Seagull, and Shoreline, as well as U-SAVE Kuisebmond, Metro Cash and Carry, and MotoVec.