Mon, 18 Feb 2019 19:04 - Updated Mon, 18 Feb 2019 19:04
Teenager stabbed for 100 kwanzas in Caluquembe
Lubango - A 15-year-old boy was stabbed to death for not having a hundred kwanzas last Saturday, Feb.16, in the municipality of Caluquembe, southern Huíla province, for criminals who are on the run, said Monday the spokesman of the National Police Command in the district, chief inspector Luís Zilungo.
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Luís Zilungo - spokesperson of the provincial command of National Police in Huíla
Photo: José Filipe
Speaking to ANGOP in the city of Lubango, the corporation spokesman said that the crime occurred around 7 pm in the IESA neighborhood, when the victim, in the company of friends, was questioned by a group of young people who demanded 100 kwanzas, but for not having this money was hit by several blows of knife in the abdominal region.
According to the officer, the teenager did not resist to the injuries and died on the crime scene.
The spokesman said that the National Police force is investigating the case and plans to identify and arrest the criminals in the coming days.
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