6 December 2012

Angola: Kwanza Norte Police Record Over 20 Crimes in Seven Days

Ndalatando — Twenty-eight crimes were recorded in the last seven days by the National Police in the northern Kwanza Norte Province, representing an increase of three crimes in relation to the previous seven days.

This information comes on a note of the corporation sent Wednesday to ANGOP's branch in Ndalatando, capital of Kwanza Norte, in which it is reported the occurrence of three thefts, four robberies, two cases of vandalism on tombs, as well as two cases of possession and use of drugs.

The police report also mentions two cases of arson, one homicide, one case of breaking into a residence, one theft attempt, one case of fraud and cases of counterfeiting compact discs.

In the same period were detained 19 citizens for various crimes.

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