Security Guard Goes on the Run After Brutally Murdering Wife Over Alleged Affair With Neighbour
A security guard, Alexander Gezi (53), is on the run after he allegedly murdering his wife on suspicion she was having an extramarital affair with a married neighbour. The incident occurred between 2am and 4am at Flame Flora Compound in Mt Hampden on June 28.
Suspect Wanted for Murder
Harare provincial police spokesperson, Inspector Luckmore Chakanza, said they are appealing for information to help locate the suspect. Gezi is wanted in connection with a murder case. He allegedly struck his wife in the head with a hoe several times, which resulted in her death, reported hmetro.
“The police are appealing for public support in locating the suspect who is wanted in connection with a murder which occurred between 2am and 4am at Flame Flora Compound in Mt Hampden on June 28,” said Insp Chakanza.
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Gezi’s wife was killed after the couple had a misunderstanding. The suspect accused his wife of having an extramarital affair with their neighbour.
“The wanted person allegedly struck his wife in the head with a hoe several times resulting in her death,” said Inspector. “This came after the two had a misunderstanding in which the wanted person had accused his wife of having an extramarital affair with their neighbour.”
The dispute turned violent, and the victim was fatally attacked.
Police Appeal to the Public
The police are appealing for public help in locating the suspect. Anyone with information on Gezi’s whereabouts should contact Marlborough police or any nearest police station. The police are urging the public to come forward with any information that could help in the arrest of the suspect.
The incident is a tragic reminder of the dangers of domestic disputes. Police are urging couples to seek help whenever they have disagreements and conflicts.