Man, Shine Tanaka Nyamhunga, gives armed robbers direction to his employer's house but the gang mistakenly stormed home of former detective, Joseph Nemaisa, who killed three of them KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, December 13, 2021

Man, Shine Tanaka Nyamhunga, gives armed robbers direction to his employer's house but the gang mistakenly stormed home of former detective, Joseph Nemaisa, who killed three of them

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has arrested a man who sold out his employer to q gang of five armed robbers that later on mistakenly stormed the house of a former Central Investigations Department (CID) Homicide detective, Joseph Nemaisa. (Read More Here).

The suspect, Shine Tanaka Nyamhunga, 21, was arrested in connection with the armed robbery incident that occurred at Nemaisa’s Chadcombe residence on 6th December 2021. 

The incident resulted in Nemaisa shooting dead three of the five armed robbers, who had scaled a precast security wall at his residence and tortured his family. 

Two other robbery suspects identified as former police officer Francis Takura and a soldier, Virimai Nyandoro (37) escaped the shooting, but were later arrested. They allegedly got away with US$850, a laptop, a mobile phone, and a shotgun.

Nemaisa, who retired after 19 years of service to take up a career as a lawyer, was not home. He arrived within minutes after getting a call from his son and took on the balaclava-clad gang, shooting three dead, including two soldiers. 

The informant, Nyamhunga, who is employed by Top Parts and Tyres Company, on Saturday, December 11, appeared before Harare magistrate Judith Taruvinga, who remanded him in custody to December 28 pending trial.

Confirming the development, national police spokesperson, Assistant Commissioner, Paul Nyathi said the robbery suspect revealed that the target was supposed to be some houses away after an employee hatched a plan for his boss to be robbed.

"The Zimbabwe Republic Police has arrested Shine Tanaka Nyamhunga (21) in connection with the armed robbery incident which occurred at Joseph Nemaisa’s Chadcombe residence on 6th December 2021," he stated. 




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