Cameroon Tribune (Yaoundé)

Cameroon: Robber Nabbed in Governor's Office

Armand Dominique Dika Moukouri was arrested by the police recently with a laptop of mark Lenovo and its accessories, two torches and a bunch of seven keys. He was taken to the Central Police Station No.1 in Bonanjo where security forces are probing.

Burglar of Police Residence Arrested

Two houses, including that of Police Inspector, Jean Claude Ndompe, working with the Eighth District Police Station and that of Hermine Lowe were burgled by two armed bandits at the Bépanda Double Balles neighbourhood. Franck Wako and his accomplice, a certain Cedric, on the run, reportedly jumped over the fence to gain access into the building, then broke the doors using a metallic object. The burglars made away with a gas cylinder, two mobile phones and a bag containing important documents and raw cash not yet evaluated. The policeman succeeded to trap and arrest one of the burglars, Franck Wako that same night in the compound as his accomplice escaped on a motorcyle with part of the booty. Franck Wako was taken to the Seventh District Police Station in Bépanda for inquiries.

Girl Assaulted with Broken Bottle

A young man by name Martial Soh has been arrested by Police in Douala after assaulting a student of the College Saint Laurent at the Ndogpassi neighbourhood recently and making away with her mobile phone. Martial Soh used a broken bottle to tear the left hand of Ornela Magoum, to collect the phone. He was picked up by security forces and whisked to the 14th District Police station in Ndogpassi for investigations. The little girl was taken to a private clinic around the area for administration of first aid drugs.

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