Namibia: N$2 Million Stolen From Former Diplomat's Home

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THREE unknown suspects wearing Covid-19 personal protective equipment broke into former diplomat Johannes Nakambo's house on Monday and stole more than N$2 million in cash.

According to Oshikoto police spokesperson, inspector Ellen Nehale, the incident happened on Monday morning at Omangundu village near Onankali in the Oshikoto region.

The suspects were armed with pistols and invaded the house after Nakambo and his wife left.

"They tied up the two children - aged 14 and 15 - and a domestic worker with an electrical cable and locked them in one of the bedrooms," Nehale said.

"The suspects went upstairs to the main bedroom and used unknown equipment to cut the safe. They took money estimated to be over N$2 million and fled from the scene."

Nehale said the suspects fled in blue seven-seater vehicle. No arrests have made been.

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