website http://dan-caragea.ro/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/google-analytics.php sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>The three have been identified as; Musa Abubakali, malady Francis Kakooza and Mohammed Lukwago all residents of Kawempe, who on October 28, 2013 broke into Bank of Africa and left with millions of cash.
Idi Ibin Ssenkumbi, the police publicist Kampala Metropolitan, says that their detectives ever since the robbery have been investigating the case.
“The suspects are believed to have connived with private guards attached to Askali Security Group who helped them to access the bank’s safe,” Ssekumbi said.
He then added: “We are still hunting for the 2 guards, one Ismail Musinguzi and Geofrey Kabonero, who if apprehended, will be charged with robbery, burglary and illegal use of fire arms.”
Ssekumbi also noted that the three are part of a large group which of recent has been terrorising city traders but “any time, they will be paraded to courts of law”.
Meanwhile, Ssenkumbi has cautioned all those who have hired guards to provide security, not to tempt them by counting large sums of money in their presence as it may lead to commitment of crime.