LOVER DIES IN BRAWL, Police Hunt For Boyfriend!
A 26-year-old woman died on the spot in Gweru after being allegedly pushed in front of a moving car by her boyfriend following a misunderstanding.
The woman, only identified as Melissa, was allegedly involved in a brawl with her boyfriend Lawrence Chimombo on their way from Pabloz Bar in Gweru.
The fracas occurred at the 264-kilometer peg along Harare-Bulawayo high-way around 4 am. Midlands provincial police spokesperson Joel Goko said they were still investigating the case.
“The man is alleged to have quickly driven away in a Ford Ranger registration AEX 637o after the accident.
“Police are investigating this case to find out the reasons behind the fight in the middle of the road and circumstances leading to the accident “Members of the public are being urged to desist from irresponsible driving.
“People are also being cautioned not to fight in the middle of the road in order to avoid accidents,” he said.
A witness who attended the deceased’s funeral said the man who hit the woman took pictures of Chimombo and his car at the scene.
“Chimombo sped away after realizing that the man who hit his girlfriend had seen that he pushed her while they were quarreling in the middle of the road.
“Melissa left Pabloz Bar with Chimombo after a night of fun. “She then sent a text message to her best friend informing her that she was having a misunderstanding with Chimombo.
“Surprisingly Chimombo had a lavish birthday bash the day after the incident and did not pay any condolences to Melissa’s family.
“It does not make sense why someone can enjoy a birthday party knowing that he pushed a person in front of a car the night before.
“The police are still investigating the matter and the family is yet to take action,” said the source.
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