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Zimbabwe Republic Police
An 81 year old woman was trampled to death by an elephant on 20/1/20 in Lupane while travelling alone in the bush. Her body was discovered by another lone traveller who alerted other villagers and reported the matter to the police. Follow-ups are being made to locate the animal.
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Oso Bonyongo Jan 22
I'm sure they want to question it. I mean its not like a lion that develops a penchant for human flesh after tasting it but well..nzou ngaitsvagwe.
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ndlovu chicooni Jan 22
Replying to @PoliceZimbabwe
You are making a follow up for the animal to make an arrest
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Chef Pelly-Vie Jan 22
To drive it to the game or kill it or it will do a killing spree. An elephant is too dangerous when it starts killing
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ZANDATOTO Jan 22
Replying to @PoliceZimbabwe
May her soul rest in peace. A lone traveller discovered the body of another lone traveller allegedly trampled to death by an elephant. Now the police are searching for the culprit. This doesn't make sense. How will the police link an elephant to an event that has no witnesses?🧐
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YeMukono Jan 22
Rangers have a way of telling if an elephant has killed a human being
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Grace3000 Jan 22
Replying to @PoliceZimbabwe
😂😂😂😂😂 zvituta zvevanhu tsve kuty follow ups are being made to stop money laundering mukuteverana nemhuka yaMwari
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Chef Pelly-Vie Jan 22
If they dont follow up, it will kill a lot of people. They must catch it before it kills again
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Mhazi Jan 22
Replying to @PoliceZimbabwe
who told the lone traveller that it was an elephant?
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megymashy Jan 22
Was going to ask the same
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