29 November 2012

Angola: Twenty Four Alleged Criminals Detained in Cunene Province

Ondjiva — At least 38 crimes with 24 detainees is the balance of the public security situation recorded by the police in Southern Cunene province, on November 20-27, Angop has learnt.

The spokesman of the corporation, Intendent Piedade Pombal, said this figure represents the increase of six cases, as well as a reduction of five detainees.

Corporal offense, thefts, attempting rape, use or possession of drugs, illegal driving are the main crimes, says the source.

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