Police in Lilongwe have arrested two men who allegedly broke into Capital Hill offices and stole property worth millions.
The suspects are identified as Mussa Black and Master Yasin.
Police have since recovered some of the property worth over K10 million.
The recoveries were made at Kauma following the suspects’ arrest on Sunday.
This follows a series of break-ins into various offices, including the Vice President’s, at the Capital Hill from the month of November 2020.
Other offices targeted by masked criminals, in which computers were stolen, include Accountant General, Ministry of Health and Ministry of Labour.
But through intelligence, gathered by Lingadzi Police Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Police managed to arrest the pair and charged them with breaking into the building and committing a felony therein.
The offence contravenes Section 311(a) of the Penal code.
Following the arrest, the law enforcers managed to recover 2 HP computer sets, 4 Dell computer sets, 3 Lenovo compurt sets, 4 external hard drives and 6 random access memory.
The property is valued at over K10 million.
So far, some properties have been positively identified by their owners and police are still on the ground to recoup to the remaining property.
Black, aged 27 , hails from Chitetete village in Traditional Authority(T/A) Mpando in Ntcheu while Yasin, 25, comes from Maonga village under T/A Mponda in Mangochi.