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No arrests in ex-mayor violent attack case

the Namibian: "BY LATE yesterday afternoon, the men, who launched a violent attack on former Windhoek mayor Vivienne Graig and her husband on Friday, were still at large.
This, despite a neighbour, Ettienne Labuschagne, informing Police that he caught a man loading a flat-screen television (TV) into a car seemingly hidden in the veld close to Graig’s Klein Windhoek house.
According to Labuschagne, he was on his way to work at about 08h00 on Friday when he saw the man carrying the TV from an open piece of veld, loading it onto the back seat of a City Golf and then driving off.
Labuschagne told The Namibian that there were two other men in the car."

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