Flying Squad Rescues 2 Stolen Cows Loaded in an Ipsum

Recovered cows by Flying Squad

With only 21 days left to Christmas festivities, the police Flying Squad Unit –FSU, has recovered two cows that had been stolen and loaded inside an Ipsum UAP 853S. The recovery came after Flying Squad team while on its regular patrol and driving towards Nsangi police division, saw a car moving at high speed and something like a cow’s leg had protruded through the boot.

Police team tried to stop the driver but he declined and they decided to follow suit until the occupants abandoned it and took off to the bush. When the team checked the car, they realized it had been loaded with two cows and two goats.

Since the occupants took off, police suspects that the animals and the car in which they had been loaded had been stolen. Police took the recovered car to Nateete police station for further management.

Patrick Onyango, the Kampala metropolitan police commander, has said that a one Caroline Kajungu, has come out claiming that the recovered Ipsum belongs to her and it was stolen on November 19 this year.

Kajungu is a resident of Kikumbi zone, Bunamwaya parish, Makindye Ssabagabo municipality, in Wakiso district. “She came claiming that the car belongs to her and it was stolen from her home. She had reported at Katwe police Division on SD 02/19/11/2022 but she says by the time it was stolen it was UAN 476D,” Onyango said.

It is now the task of police to prove that indeed Kajungu is the rightful owner of the vehicle since it is bearing a different number plate. Cases of animal theft tend to rise during the end of year festivities.

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