Last Updated on November 25, 2019 by Ope Quadri
A 36-year-old woman in Malawi is in police net for a filling station robbery worthy K2.4million. The report says the event happened at Mount Meru Filling Station in Balaka
Astern Region Police Public Relations Inspector Joseph Sauka confirmed that the suspect has been identified as Sarah Sosola and was the one driving the vehicle that was us in the robbery.
The police revealed that Sosola was arrested November 21, 2019, at Chirimba in Blantyre after an intensive enquiry.
It was also gathered that the law enforcement agents were able to seize the vehicle, a Toyota Ractis.
Report from Malawi says the latest arrest brings the number of suspects arrested to two following the arrest of Steven Dominic, 32, and recovery of K2, 399,460 on the day of the robbery.
Early this month, the robbers invaded the filling station and stole the money but they were intercepted by the police who then arrested Dominic.
In the meantime, investigations were ongoing to get other members of the group arrested.
According to the police, the female robber Sarah Sosola hails from Nzanani Village, Traditional Authority Chakhumbira in Ntcheu district, but was residing at Chirimba in Blantyre.
We’ll keep you updated.