POLICE in Lusaka are looking for a motor vehicle, Isuzu KB 250 a double cab registration number BAG 1966 grey in color which was driven by Dr Tasila Tembo prior to her disappearance.
“This is the vehicle the deceased was driving at the time she went missing. Once more, anyone with information relating to this motor vehicle should report to any police station or post,” Mr Mwale said.
The body of Dr Tasila was found in a decomposed state covered with leaves in Nanking Army Training Centre in Mikango area.
Mr Mwale said the body was temporarily buried at a traditional burial site in Mikango area awaiting postmortem to be conducted today at the University Teaching Hospital.
He said police have since launched a manhunt for the suspect who has been identified as Lieutenant Nigel Mwaba aged 33 of Zambia Army in Lusaka.
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Ndola police recover stolen vehicle from Church
POLICE in Ndola have recovered a motor vehicle which was stolen at church on Sunday.
A male Juvenile of itawa area has since been arrested for allegedly stealing the vehicle at St Andrews United Church of Zambia in Ndola.
Copperbelt province deputy commissioner of Bothwell Namuswa has confirmed the arrest to Mwebantu.
Mr Namuswa said the juvenile aged 19 has been apprehended for stealing a motor vehicle number plate AQB 1023 silver in colour.
He said three other suspects have also apprehended in connection with the stolen vehicle but they are not yet been identified.
Mr Namuswa said the stolen motor vehicle is valued at K120,000.
He said the case was reported was filed in by the owner of the vehicle, Chileshe Puta on the same day that the theft happened.
The deputy police commissioner said officers retrieved the motor vehicle at Blue mint club in Ndola.
” I wish to confirm that the suspects have been apprehended and will appear in court,” Mr Namuswa said.