Kasama Cops Shoot Suspected Zimbabwean Criminal

Police in Kasama of Northern Province have shot and injured one suspected criminal and arrested two others in connection with the theft of money from a Trade Kings motor vehicle.

Police spokesperson Esther Katongo stated that this was after a report of theft from a motor vehicle was received from Abbas Hussain aged 46 years of Chikumanino of Kasama District who is Trade Kings Regional Manager for Muchinga, Luapula and Northern Provinces.

Hussain reported that unknown people stole money from the company’s motor vehicle, a Toyota Hilux registration number ALZ 3825 which was parked at Indo-Zambia Bank along Independence road in Kasama District.

“The criminals unlocked the driver’s door and got away with K98,025.00. Police made a follow up and caught up with the criminals at Mwiluzi area along Mbala – Kasama road where they had parked their vehicle Honda CRV registration number ALP 2712 and were changing a front tyre of their motor vehicle. Upon being challenged, the criminals ran in different directions. In the proces,s one suspect named Ndlovu Basil Bhekumuzi aged 40 years of Bulawayo, a Zimbabwean national, was shot on his left side of the thigh while two of his colleagues identified as Soames Ndlovu aged 32 years of Matero East in Lusaka, also a Zimbabwean national based in Bulawayo and Silvester Phiri aged 38 years of Matero Lusaka were apprehended,” Ms Katongo stated. “The injured suspect is recieving medical treatment at Kasama General Hospital while one other suspect only identified as Amin (Mr Moyo) is on the run. A sum of K84,000 was recovered from the suspects and the vehicle which was being used has been impounded .
A manhunt for the suspect who is on the run has been launched.”


  1. Francis

    Good thing they recovered the money

  2. Luck Muwaya

    Well-done men in uniform

  3. Rhk

    Job weldone men in uniform

  4. SEC

    I think they are not suspects but them, coz of some evidence ( that amount). They will reveal it.

  5. Mac b

    We thank the almighty God keep it up men and women in uniform

  6. MSC

    Yeah yeah yeah…From K98,025.00 K84,000.00 was recovered.Were is the 14 thousand kwacha going?

  7. Anonymous

    Mwami ndrama izi zapakisa maningi. Tizatengapo che ka 14pin kamoba. Antso tagwira nchito hmm. Constable Mbulo bacharging’e che treason ayo ma criminals. Inde mwami! Anso bali treasonous bamambala aba. C’mon iwe ngena iwe nizakutyola mendo ine. Uniziba ine???

  8. Edward Havuluma

    Job well done Brothers and sisters in unform keep it up

  9. Jeff colby

    Job weldone. Swift action men in uniform

  10. Ba petty

    Job well done I like my country

  11. Ba petty

    🇿🇲 One Zambia one nation

  12. Malambo m

    Felicitations to you constables for the great work done… keep it up..

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  14. Adam Eva

    The difference was spent between kasama and mwiluzi . Great efforts by our officers in uniform, congratulations and keep it up .

  15. JMS

    Job well done, I wish even the ACC etc are doing the same.

    • HerveRena

      Trade kings is a giant company in Zambia,why move around with huge amunts without police protection?

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