Na província de Maputo:Detidos caçadores furtivos que assassinaram dois guardas e atingiram a tiro um Polícia

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Foram detidos dois caçadores furtivos indiciados de assassinar dois guardas e de atingir a tiro um agente da Polícia de Protecção dos Recursos Naturais e Meio Ambiente num Parque no distrito de Moamba. O terceiro membro do grupo encontra-se fugido. Fernando Manhiça, porta-voz da Polícia no Comando Provincial de Maputo, confirmou esta informação, ontem, ao “Canalmoz” e explicou que o baleamento do agente da Polícia ocorreu semana passada e o assassinato dos guardas responsáveis pela segurança e vigilância do “game park” ocorreu no mês de Junho.

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