Police in Malawi capital city Lilongwe have nabbed a 25 year old man who owns a private school and other two for being suspected to have broken into Ministry of education’s warehouse and stolen books and boxes of chalk belonging to Malawi government.
A report made available to Malawi24 shows that the school owner, Greyson Chiyimba, 41 from Kasera village, Traditional Authority Lukwa of Praise Private Primary school in area 50 got nabbed with other two suspects and broke the warehouse.
The report say the other two are Yonas Banda, 25 from Khomani village T/A Chiseka in Lilongwe and Francis Gunda, 41 from Kaunda village in the area of Traditional Authority Kaphuka in Dedza district both workers of Armtech Security Company.
On September 17, police officers who were patroling the area came across Gunda and Banda carrying bags containing books and boxes of chalk.
The two suspects failed to defend themselves as to where they have took the books which has been identified to be properties of Malawi government.
The two got arrested on the spot and it was later revealed that more books were being kept at Chiyimba’s house where the police rushed and found them and nabbed the owner of school.
The three suspects who are in hands of the police, will soon appear before Mkukula first grade magistrate court on 21 September where they will answer charges of breaking into a building and commits felony which is contrary to section 311 of the penal code.