Col. James Mwesigye the Resident City Commissioner Mbarara, says that the gun was recovered from a suspected robber Dominic Twinomugisha, 19 years a resident of Katete cell in Mbarara City.
James Mwesigye RCC Mbarara
The Police in Rukungiri has recovered the gun belonging to Richard
Agaba, the Officer-in-charge Ruharo Police Post who was killed last month.
Agaba was shot dead by armed robbers who had attacked Step Up bar
in Kiyanja cell, Ruharo ward.
Police are holding one of the suspected killers of the former
Officer in Charge of Ruharo Police Post in Mbarara City.
Col. James Mwesigye the Resident City Commissioner Mbarara, says that the gun
was recovered from a suspected robber Dominic Twinomugisha, 19 years a resident
of Katete cell in Mbarara City.
Mwesigye says that Twinomugisha was arrested in Rukungiri municipality
last week following an armed robbery at For God Electronics. During the
robbery, one person was shot dead and another injured.
According to Mwesigye, police records indicate that the recovered
gun SMG NO UGPOL56582399632575 belonged to Agaba.
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The arrest of Twinomugisha brings the number of suspects in Agaba’s
murder to two. Last month the police arrested James Tumusiime a Boda Boda rider
from Kiyanja cell, Mbarara City.
last month Police recovered a gun registration number SAR 2691820 at the crime
scene and it was alleged that it belonged to Agaba.