Christ Embassy Church pastor’s wife survived 3 gun bullets that were pumped up into her body by 2 armed robbers who stormed their house in the eastern border city.
The two unknown assailants, who are still at large, had demanded money from Pastor Kelly Rwodzi’s wife, Mildred.
Police sources told NewsDay yesterday that the pastor was a well-known diamond dealer before he became a
The shooting reportedly took place on Feb 3 when Mildred was sitting in the dining room with her 3 children after returning from a church service.
At around 7pm, the 2 assailants suddenly opened the outside door, which wasn’t bolted, and stormed into the complainant’s house.
They were brandishing guns and demanded money before they forced the occupants to lie down and tied their hands with black propylene strings.
The suspects were wearing black woollen masks, black hooded jackets and green worksuit bottoms with reflector strips.
One of the suspects force-marched the complainant into her bedroom and demanded money, while threatening to kill her.
The complainant insisted she had no money.
According to police sources, the suspects unemployed 3 shots at the litigator, World Health Organization sustained a deep wound on the left thigh and minor wounds on the knees, the left eye and forehead.
The suspects then searched one amongst the complainant’s purses and scarf $200 and additionally grabbed a black HP-250 laptop computer before fleeing.
According to the statement, Kelly arrived home many minutes later from church and hurried his woman to a non-public hospital, wherever she is convalescent.
Manicaland police exponent, Inspector Tavhiringwa Kakohwa wasn’t obtainable for comment yesterday.