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Flying Squad Arrest Two for Robbing Russian Investor

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Police spokesperson, Fred Enanga, says three thugs armed with an AK47 rifle placed Svobodin at gun point and robbed him of 3 laptops, US$ 7400 (about Shillings 27 million), eight million Shillings in cash and 11 phones.
CP Fred Enanga-Police Spokesperson

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The Flying Squad Unit-FSU has arrested two suspects believed to have been involved in a robbery targeting a Russian investor, Andrew Svobodin over the weekend in Mityana Municipality.

The suspects are Nyago Nsubuga and Fauzi Nakibuule. They were intercepted at Kisota village in Kisasi, Nakawa Division in Kampala by Flying Squad Unit operatives under Kira Road Policing Division.  They are wanted for theft of items valued at Shillings 50 million from Svobodin.

Police spokesperson, Fred Enanga, says three thugs armed with an AK47 rifle placed Svobodin at gun point and robbed him of 3 laptops, US$ 7400 (about Shillings 27 million), eight million Shillings in cash and 11 phones.

 

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FSU trailed the suspects in their vehicle registration number UAV 235J.  Enanga said the suspects were found with USD 500 about  1.8 million Shillings including house breaking equipment.  

According to police, the third suspect who is believed to be in possession of the gun that was used in the robbery is still at large.    

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