26 Head of cattle stolen from Farm Corrigenda near Osire

26 Head of cattle stolen from Farm Corrigenda near Osire

Unknown suspects have stolen 26 head of cattle from Farm Corrigenda near Osire over four-days starting last Monday.
Namibian Police spokesperson in Otjozondjupa Region, Inspector Maureen Mbeha says the stolen cattle are valued at N$393 000.
Mbeha has told NBC News that police operations in Okakarara and Okondjatu areas of the region recovered eight of the stolen cattle.
She says the recovered cattle are valued at N$120 000.
Mbeha says the owner of the cattle positively identified the recovered cattle, which were all handed over to him.
Inspector Mbeha says one-suspect aged 29, has been arrested and is due to be charged in the Otjiwarongo Magistrate's Court today.
She says two-other suspects are at large and the search for them continues.
Search for the other cattle and police investigation into the theft at Farm Corringenda continue.