(Last Updated on March 18, 2021 by GERALD NCUBE)
HARARE – The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) said it’s investigations suggest that there was no break-in at the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission premises.
This follows reports of a suspected unlawful entry that was believed to have targeted the ZACC boss Justice Loice Matanda-Moyo’s office over the weekend.
In a statement, police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi said indications showed that the ceiling panel was displaced by an old office curtain rail.
“The Zimbabwe Republic Police confirms that a report of a suspected unlawful entry into the premises at the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission Mt Pleasant offices was made to the police on the 15th of March 2021.
“According to investigations conducted by the Criminal Investigations Department who include scene of crime experts, the circumstances and appearances of surroundings suggest that no break-in occurred.
“Nothing was stolen or any form of tampering with the objects or other items was observed. Indications are that the office curtain rail moved due to wear and tear thereby displacing a ceiling panel,” Nyathi said.