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Police confirm bodies found in Mudzi belong to foreign nationals

By Peter Chivhima

The Zimbabwe Republic Police has confirmed that the bodies of four male adults found in a bush in the Suswe area of Mudzi on Tuesday this week belong to foreign nationals.

The bodies were discovered on Tuesday near Suswe pass along the Harare – Nyamapanda highway.

Police has been carrying out investigations with the assistance of INTERPOL to establish the identity of the victims and possible cause of death.

ZRP national spokesperson, Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi said, “We have found some documents which indicate that the victims are foreign nationals from Ethiopia. We are investigating to establish what actually happened to the victims.”

Assistant Commissioner Nyathi also gave an update on the teenagers aged 13 and 15 found wandering in Bindura on Wednesday.

“We are investigating a case of two minors found wondering in Bindura. These children are suspected victims of human trafficking, so we are still investigating to locate their families.”

Preliminary investigations established that the victims were ferried by a truck while in the company of unknown women.

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