The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) national police spokesperson, Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba said that they are appealing for information on the whereabouts of Itai Dzamara. This is the first time the police have spoken publicly on Dzamara who has been missing for three years with Dzamara’s brother, Patson saying the police have not been updating the family on their investigations as ordered by the High Court.
In a statement Charamba said Dzamara was last seen at Trust Deketeke’s barber shop at house number 10701 Glen View 7 in Harare for a haircut. Dzamara was allegedly abducted by three unknown men who were driving a white Nissan Hardbody double cab vehicle. The registration numbers were only captured as ABB 2…, with the last three digits not visible as the registration plate was partly folded.
In the vehicle, there were two other unknown male adults and they drove away with Dzamara. Charamba said anyone with information should contact CID law and order Harare on (04) 251505 or 753411 or nearest police station.
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