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Mysterious Death Of Rukungiri Woman Worries Residents

Mysterious Death Of Rukungiri Woman Worries Residents

The Rukungiri Police have kicked off an investigation into the circumstances under which a 40-year-old woman died. They identified the late as Tukamuhebwa Annet.

The deceased according to SP Musa Tibakirana, the Rukungiri District Police Commander, is a resident of Kagati Village, Burama Parish, Bugangari Sub-county, Rukungiri district.

Apparently, there are three suspects who are the late’s in-laws, Karenzi Nicholas 20, Beinomugisha Maxim 25 and Ahimbisibwe Fidel 38. According to Tibakirana, the deceased’s last seen happened to be with the above suspects drinking alcohol.

Tukamuhebwa and the trio were drinking from a bar belonging to Emily Kyasimire at Omukafunda Trading Centre. From that night, Tukamuhebwa disappeared until Thursday 24 Feb 22 at around 7Am.

This is when the area Chairperson Local Council one James Bagacwa mobilized a search in the nearby bushes and later recovered the deceased’s body stuck in mud at Kanshekye stream along the Ruhinda-Bugangari Sub-county border. 

Tibakirana said officers visited and documented the crime scene. They then later conveyed the body to Rwakabengo Health Centre III for postmortem to ascertain the actual cause of Tukamuhebwa’s death. 

The three suspects were arrested and are currently detained at CPS Rukungiri as inquiries at hand under reference numberCRB 157/2022.

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