An operation by Flying Squad Unit has led to the arrest of two suspects linked to the theft of more than 30 cars.

Written by on February 11, 2021

An operation by Flying Squad Unit has led to the arrest of two suspects linked to the theft of more than 30 cars.
The Flying Squad Unit Commander, Godwin Turamye, in collaboration with Criminal Investigation Directorate -CID launched a hunt after receiving over 20 complaints about car thefts whose modus operandi was almost similar. CID Spokesperson, Charles Twine, said in most of the complainants Hussein Kiseka and one Habibu were being mentioned.
Twine adds that FSU and CID decided to launch a hunt for the two suspects who have since been arrested. The duo has accomplices in areas of Kampala, Mbarara, Busia and Tororo.
During investigations, detectives noticed that Kiseka and Habibu have often hoodwinked unsuspecting Emcees at events to announce motor vehicles as having obstructed other drivers.
Police say when the owners of the targeted cars rush to attend to the problem, they are taken hostage. The owner of the car is usually forced to drive it, is later sedated and dumped in an isolated place.

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