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Two people confirmed dead in Buyenzi on Burundi police raid

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Burundi Police spokesman confirmed Police raid

By Jean Paul Ndikumana

BUJUMBURA, BURUNDI-Two bodies were found the morning of Wednesday, March 30, 2011 around the river Ntahangwa after gunfire was heard on Tuesday night in the urban commune of Buyenzi.

The police were quick to take responsibility for these murders, as they reported that these were two bandits who were part of a group of five thugs who used to steal at gunpoint in the common household properties in Buyenzi.

“On Wednesday evening, police were notified and tracked a group that would commit an armed robbery at the 6th Avenue No. 22,”says Peter Chanel Ntarabaganyi. The spokesman added that police officers who were patrolling in Buyenzi were repulsed by the armed gang and had telephoned their counterparts Ngagara.

The Two dead bodies, found on both sides of the river Ntahangwa (first on the football field located at the bridge connecting to Buyenzi Ngagara via the 14th Avenue Buyenzi and around the market called “Chez Siyoni” in common Urban Ngagara) are probably the bandits, according to the spokesman of the police.

The police took this time, but refused to comment on three more bodies found Tuesday in Muyira in Kanyosha commune. Witnesses on site claim to have seen police vehicles in the locality on Monday night before hearing gunshots and shot three people killed. Survivors say the victims accused the perpetrators of collaborating with rebels.

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