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Nine arrested for breaking and theft in Zomba

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Police in Zomba are keeping in custody Alex Njaidi Banda and his eight accomplices on suspicion that they are behind a series of breaking and theft offences that occurred between May and June 2022.

The suspects were found in different locations whilst offering for sale the stolen property.

So far, 3 laptops, 4 plasma screens , Geepers home theater, 4 cellphones ,Audianic subwoofer ,2 LG twitters and 2 speakers have been recovered.

The suspects are expected to appear before the court of law to answer breaking and theft charges.

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