January 19, 2020

CCTV Cameras Capture Man Who Had Been Suspected for Long

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Suspect was not captured last year, but this Saturday his luck ran out

At the Remera sector office and other surrounding neighborhoods, there have been several burglaries and no suspects had yet been arrested.

Like the saying goes; ‘there are 40 days for a thief’. This Saturday January 18 was the last one for Muheshi Mouhamed.

CCTV cameras at technology firm Pascal Tech, located in Remera, captured him in action. He was arrested as he attempted to flee.

The suspect is not known to the company, but his face is common in the area, which made it easy to identify and apprehend him.

Captured this Saturday as he attempted to steal from Pascal Tech

To show that Muheshi has been doing his thing for sometime without being taught, Police had another CCTV captured February 16, last year. He was not arrested then.

When paraded this Saturday, he admitted to the burglary at Pascal Tech last year. Company says he took Rwf 300,000 cash (but says he took Rwf 200,000), laptop, Tablet, Bank of Kigali chequebook and Safe.

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