R_ape Cases Surge In Bulawayo

Cases of ra+pe have increased in the country’s second-largest city, the Chronicle reports. This has even prompted ZRP to urge women to avoid walking alone in bushy areas around Bulawayo even in broad daylight.

Bulawayo Provincial ZRP spokesperson Inspector Abednico Ncube warned the public to be on the lookout for rap_ists and said:

On 24 January 2021 at around 3PM, the complainant was walking alone where she met the accused person who is unknown, a male adult with dreadlocks. The man grabbed the complainant by the neck, closed her mouth using his hands and dragged her into the bush without saying anything to her,” said Insp Ncube.

The accused person pushed the complainant to the ground, forced her to lie facing upwards, lifted her dress, pushed her pants aside and rap*ed her once without protection. After the r*ape, the accused person fled leaving the complainant lying on the ground.

Police attended the scene; the accused person was not located and investigations are in progress. Complainant was referred to Mpilo Hospital for medical examination and we appeal to members of the public to avoid using bushy foot paths as they may be at risk of being attacked and raped by criminals

Meanwhile, ZRP warned Harare Residents that armed robbery cases are on the rise and they have to be careful when traveling.

More: Chronicle

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