Fri, 15 Sep 2017 14:47 - Updated Fri, 15 Sep 2017 14:46
Cuanza Norte: Crime rate drops in last 24 hours
Ndalatando -Three cases of offences have been reported over the last 24 hours in the northern Cuanza Norte province, said the national police, who announced a decrease of two cases compared to the previous day.
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The offences are those related to voluntary bodily offenses and one on trafficking of cannabis sativa, said the report from provincial command of police reached Angop Friday.
The added that the three crimes led to detention of a citizen for alleged involvement, and which were clarified.
With two reported crimes, the province's municipal headquarters (Cazengo) toped the list with two cases followed by Lucala municipality (one case).
The police also reported a road accident as result of a collision against a fixed obstacle, less one in relation to the previous day.
The road accident caused material damages estimated at AKz 100,000, without injuries and fatalities.
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