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Five swindled US$482.00 each after being promised training/ employment as VID officers

The Zimbabwe Republic Police are investigating a case of theft by misrepresentation.

ZRP Spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi says five victims were swindled US$482.00 each after being promised employment and training as Vehicle Inspection Department Officers.

Meanwhile, police in Chegutu acted on a tip off and arrested Florence Chimbirimbiri (38) of Kaguvi Phase 4, for illegally possessing 76 x 50 kgs bags and four plastic bags of dagga. Investigations are in progress.

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