Bulawayo Man Arrested For Stealing A Bus

A man from Njube Bulawayo was arrested for stealing a parked bus, Newsday reports. The Botswana registered bus was involved in an accident in 2015 and was taken to a garage in Thorngrove in Bulawayo by its owner.

Bongani Dube then approached the Thorngrove garage last year and convinced them by showing them phonecalls that he bought the bus from its owner Saungweme. Bongani stripped the bus and sold some of its parts to scrap metals dealers and car breakers.

The total value of the property that Dube stole is approximately US$31000. Dube is remanded in custody till 7 February 2020.

More: Newsday 


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