Muhammad Mutazindwa met his death at Bukuli village in Biiso Sub County in Buliisa district in the wee hours of this morning. According to preliminary information obtained by our reporter, the deceased was siphoning fuel from trucks belonging to China Chongqing International Construction Company Limited-CICO together with three others still at large.
Julius Hakiza, the Albertine Region Police Spokesperson, says police acted on intelligence that led to the arrest of the suspects who have been terrorising livestock farmers the Albertine, Rwizi and Wamala regions.
The thugs stole three computers plus unspecified amount of money. The thugs who gained entrance into the bank on Wednesday night through the behind door also destroyed closed circuit Television Camera-CCTV Camera.
Initial reports indicated that unknown thugs disarmed the guard and later held the Depot Manager at gunpoint. Within a few minutes, the two were bundled into a waiting vehicle to an unknown destination. The thugs reportedly robbed 15 million Shillings from the depot.
According to the preliminary information, the thugs hired Ssebaduka on Tuesday evening to take them to unknown place but strangled him along the way and dumped his body along the Kakumiro-Mubende road, a few kilometers from Kakumiro town where it was found this morning.
The Hoima Municipal offices are next to the office of the Resident district commissioner-RDC and District Internal Security Officer-DISO. Daniel Kaseregenye, the deputy town clerk Hoima Municipality, says the municipal workers were away for lunch when the robbery took place.
Julius Hakiza, the Albertine region police spokesperson says that the guards are suspected to have connived with unidentified thugs on Tuesday night and broke into BIDCO offices located on Main Street in Hoima town and stole 30 million shillings.