A Zimbabwean national man (pictured above) was apprehended by community members in Vhembe district and handed over to the South African Police Service to be arrested for possession of suspected stolen property, robbery, rape, and murder.
According to the Flyingnewslive news report, earlier today, Monday, 23 May 2022 community members in Vhembe district apprehended a Zimbabwean national who allegedly killed two South Africans in the last two days and crossed the river back to Zimbabwe, he was found in possession of suspected stolen cellphones and money.
According to residents, the suspect raped and Killed two women, and robbed a male victim for a cellphone and money before killing him, it is alleged that the suspect had been terrorizing residents around Niani areas and Vhembe district, residents did not assault or kill him instead they let police handle the matter.
The suspect will soon make an appearance in court to face charges for possession of suspected stolen property, robbery, rape and murder.
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