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Serial Murders Of Homeless Men In Harare, Suspect Arrested

Staff Writer

Thandolwenkosi Ndlovu, a 20-year-old suspect, has been apprehended in connection with the murders of five homeless men in Harare.

The series of gruesome ritualistic killings has sent shockwaves through the city, leaving the community in a state of fear and horror.

Ndlovu is currently appearing at the Harare Magistrates Court, where the police are seeking a warrant for further detention following his arrest

Five Homeless Men Found Dead In Harare Streets In One Week

The streets of Harare have transformed into a terrifying hunting ground as a ruthless serial killer instills fear in the hearts of the community

In less than a week, the bodies of five homeless men have been discovered, bearing gruesome mutilations that suggest a ritualistic motive behind the murders.

The first unsettling discovery was made on August 28, when the lifeless body of a man in his 30s was found at the corner of Simon Muzenda and George Silundika.

This victim had been dismembered, with a gruesome detail—the missing private parts.

On September 1, near First Capital Bank on the corner of Innez Terrace Road and Robert Mugabe, another horrific scene unfolded.

A homeless man lay lifeless with severe head injuries, sending shockwaves through the community.

Two days later, on September 3, the Avenues area witnessed another brutal killing, as a homeless man was reportedly found dead on a flight of stairs at Nelson Mandela and 7th Street.

Witnesses reported that he had been bludgeoned to death with a large stone, his body concealed under white sacks, and inflicted with stomach bruises and a cut in his privates.

In response to the escalating terror, it had been reported that the police have launched a relentless manhunt to track down the perpetrator.


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