OPUWO: The Namibian Police (Nampol) at Khorixas are investigating a case of stock-theft involving 32 goats allegedly stolen from a female farmer at farm Nordal in the Khorixas area.
According to a Nampol crime report dated 20 August, the 32 goats were allegedly stolen between April and August this year.
The owner of the goats, Sofia Kesla Owases, was in Grootfontein during the time when the goats were stolen.
“She only returned to the farm in August this year, and it was then that she realized that the goats were missing,” the statement said.
The goats are valued at N.dollars 16 000.
No suspect has been arrested, and investigations continue.
In another incident, police investigations are also underway after a 39-year-old Namibian man was bumped by a car whilst walking on a street, and sustained serious injuries in the process.
The victim was identified as Raymus Basson, who was allegedly hit by a motor-vehicle on Saturday at the junction near the Khorixas Magistrate’s Court after the driver failed to stop.
Basson was one of three pedestrians who were crossing the road then.
He was rushed to the Khorixas State District Hospital, and then transferred to the Katutura State Hospital for further treatment as he sustained serious injuries.
The driver, whose name is known to Nampa, was not arrested. A case of reckless and/or negligent driving was opened, with CR number 35.08.2012.
Meanwhile, the Kamanjab police are investigating a case of housebreaking with the intent to steal and theft after the Victoria Club was allegedly broken into on Saturday, 18 August.
It is alleged that an unknown person cut the burglar bars from the eastern side, and gained entrance into the shop. The suspect then stole money and alcohol totalling N.dollars 13 479.
Nobody has been arrested, but investigations continue.