Police have confirmed arresting a suspect in the murder of a seven-year-old Murewa boy Tapiwa Makore who was found with missing body parts.
According to the police, they recovered blood stained clothes worn by Shamba on the day he allegedly murdered the 7-year-old boy.
The police further noted that two other suspects involved in the Makore’s murder were still at large.
“The Zimbabwe Republic Police confirms that a suspect, Tafadzwa Shamba (40) has been arrested in connection with the murder of Tapiwa Makore (7) for ritual purposes. The other two suspects are currently on the run and police are looking for them.’
“It is alleged that Tafadzwa Shamba, a herd boy in the same village with the victim, worked with other suspects to waylay the victim at the garden. They took him to a mountain where they kept him for the whole day. They then killed him at night and one of the other suspects who is from Juru Growth Point took away the head/skull leaving the herd boy with the other body parts after promising to give him US$1 500 on coming back.
“The police has recovered the blood stained clothes worn by Tafadzwa Shamba on the day he committed the crime. No stone will be left unturned in order to account for the other suspects,” said Police.