The Herald (Harare)

19 July 2014

Zimbabwe: U.S $20 000 Swindler On the Run

The Zimbabwe Republic Police's Criminal Investigations Department is appealing for information on the whereabouts of Marlven Tapiwa Kazizi (27) wanted on allegations of swindling his employer J and J Transport of US$20 000. The suspect was an accountant at J and J Transport in Harare. In a statement yesterday, national CID spokesperson Detective Inspector Mona Lisa Mangena said Kazizi withdrew US$65 000 from the company's Ecobank account and converted US$20 000 to personal use.

"On April 20 2013, Kazizi withdrew company cash amounting to US$65 000 from Ecobank and recorded US$45 000, thereby converting US$20 000 to his own use," said Detective Inspector Mangena.

His whereabouts are unknown.

"The suspect's whereabouts are currently unknown and the police are appealing to anyone with information pertaining to Marlvern Tapiwa Kazizi's whereabouts to contact Detective Sergeant Meki of CID Highlands on cellphone number 0772 763 207 or detective Mangena on 0772 845 028 or any nearest police station," she said.

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