By Our Reporter
The Deputy Inspector General of Police, Maj. General Geoffrey Tumusiime Katsigazi has applauded Police in Kamuli district for swiftly tracking down a private security guard and recovered sh30 million, which was meant for the training pastors in the region.
The guard broke into the offices of ground-breaking ministries, located at Namwenda Road in Northern Division, Kamuli Municipality, Kamuli District where he allegedly stole approximately Sh 30 million, which was meant for the training pastors in the region.
The suspect identified as Daniel Muwandane, who was terminated by management with another, was tracked down after the K9 dog was introduced to the scene and led to the home of Daniel Muwandane.
Police found when he had packed his belongings and escaped to his home district in Amolatar. He was swiftly tracked down by the district crime Intelligence team and arrested.
Fred Enanga, Police Spokesperson said in a statement that their task team also recovered shs27.2m on him which was exhibited.
“This operation sends a message to all criminals who think they can get away with crime, that they cannot because the country is becoming more unified in keeping crime out of their communities, “said Enanga.
Tumusiime thanked the DPC Kamuli and his team for a job well done in ensuring the culprit is arrested.
He also thanked the community members who shared information that helped in the arrest of the suspect and recovering of the stolen cash.